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http://go.tagjag.com/gotomanage - Microsoft Excel is a powerful tool for business use, but did you know you can collaborate with others on a workbook? Setting these options up can be difficult, if you don't know where to look.
Microsoft Excel 2010 has brought web-based collaboration to the desktop client. Enabling this will allow you to collaborate on a spreadsheet with people across the Web, eliminating the need to email a file back and forth while waiting for everyone to add their components one-by-one.
To enable this feature, you'll need to select the Review tab using the ribbon at the top of the Excel window. From there, you'll see an option for you to share your workbook. Select the options to allow changes by more than one user and Workbook Merging. This should bring up a set of configurable options to refine your collaborative experience. Add your intended collaborators via their email address(es) and you're ready to go.
Setting up a collaborative workbook in Excel 2010 is a great way to save time and energy sending a copy of the spreadsheet to multiple people, awaiting their changes, and trying to keep up with which version of the document you have at any given time.
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