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Is there any Track Changes command in MS Excel like MS Word?
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chopra_2002  Identity Verified
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Dec 24, 2006

I need to edit a MS Excel document and the agency wants that I should activate the track changes command so as to ascertain the changes made by me.

I have been using Track Changes command in MS Word but this is the first time that I need to edit an Excel document by using it. I tried to locate the function but in vain.

Could you inform whether this facility is available in Excel at all? If so, how can I access the same?

I have Office XP.

[Edited at 2006-12-24 16:19]


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Elías Sauza  Identity Verified
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Yes Dec 24, 2006

In the Toolbar, Tools, you can find that option. Make sure to select the box on top (effect changes as you modify) and the one below which let's you highlight changes on the screen.

Good luck,

Elías

[Edited at 2006-12-24 20:06]


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chopra_2002  Identity Verified
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Thanks so much for your help Dec 25, 2006

I am indebted to you for your suggestion.



Elías Sauza wrote:

In the Toolbar, Tools, you can find that option. Make sure to select the box on top (effect changes as you modify) and the one below which let's you highlight changes on the screen.

Good luck,

Elías

[Edited at 2006-12-24 20:06]


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