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Excel 2013 Simplified by Paul McFedries

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Chapter 13: Collaborating with Others

Although you will most often create and edit an Excel workbook on your own, you may have some workbooks that require input from other people. For those times when you need to collaborate with other people on a workbook, Excel has the tools to get the job done.

In this chapter, you learn many ways to collaborate on a workbook, including adding comments to a cell, sharing a workbook, e-mailing a workbook, and even working on a spreadsheet online. You also learn ways to make collaboration safer by protecting any data you do not want changed, tracking whatever changes are made by others, and accepting or rejecting those changes.

Add a Comment to a Cell

Protect a Worksheet’s Data

Protect a Workbook’s Structure ...

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