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Picture Yourself Learning Microsoft® Excel® 2010 by Laurie Ulrich Fuller, Deidre Hayes, Jeffery A. Riley

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Considering Your Collaboration Options

WHENEVER MORE THAN ONE person is working on a single Excel worksheet or workbook, it’s important to keep things straight—who added or changed the information, where they got the information, and whether the additions and changes are to be kept as they are, edited further, or removed entirely. Much of the process of collaborating on such a project is manual, in that you’ll have to ask people to add or change the information that they’re responsible for, someone will have to review what’s been added or changed, and there will have to be meetings or some other communication between the collaborators, to make sure everything’s going as planned.

For Excel’s part, however, the process of tracking who did what ...

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