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Chapter 31. Using Excel on the Web > Collaborating Online with Excel

Collaborating Online with Excel

Publishing a worksheet to the Web, placing Excel content on a Web page, and using Web content in worksheets on your local drive are significant uses of the Web in relation to Excel. These features truly expand your distribution capabilities and access to Excel data. However, in each of these situations, you're operating alone in that you're not discussing or sharing information interactively. Publishing a Web page and copying Web content to a local workbook are solitary activities, and any questions or ideas that other users might have would need to be shared through an external vehicle such as email or a phone call.

To remedy this situation, Excel 2000's online tools include online collaboration, enabling you to communicate live with other users—people within your organization or in the outside world—via the Internet or an intranet. Meetings can be set up for immediate collaboration or scheduled for a future date, and Web discussions can be held to share ideas and information.


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