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Chapter 23. Collaborating with Excel > Benefits and Constraints of Sharing Work...

Benefits and Constraints of Sharing Workbooks

Suppose, for example, you are managing a project that is requiring information from several other team members. Rather than each person handing you a sheet of paper with his or her data and you having to key all of it in, you can create a shared workbook and allow each team member to work on his or her section.

A shared workbook is one that has been designed to allow other users on a network to view or make changes at the same time. Each time a shared workbook is saved the changes are tracked, and each user will see any changes made by other users.


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