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Microsoft® Office Excel® 2003 Step by Step by Curtis Frye

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Tracking and Managing Colleagues’ Changes

Tracking and Managing Colleagues’ Changes

Whenever you collaborate with a number of your colleagues in producing or editing a document, you should consider tracking the changes each user makes. When you turn on change tracking, any changes made to the workbook are highlighted in a color assigned to the user who made the changes. One benefit of tracking changes is that if you have a question about a change, you can quickly identify who made the change and verify that it is correct. In Excel, you can turn on change tracking in a workbook by pointing to Track Changes on the Tools menu and then clicking Highlight Changes.

In the Highlight Changes dialog ...

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