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Excel 2013 All-in-One For Dummies by Greg Harvey

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Chapter 3: Sending Workbooks Out for Review

In This Chapter

arrow.png Preparing a workbook for distribution

arrow.png Tracking changes made to a shared workbook

arrow.png Adding and reviewing comments in a workbook

arrow.png Adding ink annotations to a workbook on a Tablet PC

arrow.png Sending a workbook out for review

Given Excel 2013’s emphasis on saving your workbooks on your SkyDrive in the cloud, it behooves you to be familiar not only with Excel’s sharing capabilities (discussed at length in the following chapter), but also with its capabilities for tracking collective editing changes (covered in depth in this chapter), which in effect, enable you and a team of co-workers to work together on creating and editing key spreadsheets.

In this chapter, you discover how to check your workbook to prepare it for distribution and then track the changes made to that workbook after you share it so that your co-workers can simultaneously edit it. You also find out how to merge changes that different workers independently make to the contents ...

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