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Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft® Office Excel 2003 in 24 Hours by Trudi Reisner

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Tracking Changes in Your Worksheet

When a workbook is set up to be shared, you and the others involved in sharing the workbook can make as many changes to it as you want. Then you can use the Accept or Reject Changes feature to accept or reject the various changes.

Excel lets you review shared workbooks by tracking the changes you and others make to a shared workbook. There are two ways to track changes:

  • Onscreen

  • On a printed copy

Accepting or Rejecting Changes

The To Do steps demonstrate how to accept or reject changes in a shared workbook. You start by making a change to a value in a cell so that you can accept or reject it.

To Do: Accept or Reject Changes in a Shared Workbook
1.
Click cell G5, type 37000, and press Enter. This entry makes ...

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