Learn how to set up security and access controls prior to sharing a workbook in Excel Online.
- [Instructor] Preparing permissions is really important,…as we want to control who can and can't access…an Excel Online workbook.…And it is something that we should do upfront…before we invest too much time and effort…in creating a file.…Let's create a new Excel Online workbook…by selecting New Blank Workbook.…Let's go ahead now and include some text…before we save the file.…In this case, the text I'm going to include is…this workbook has been created to demonstrate…how to create permissions and share a workbook…in Excel Online.…
To save the file, click on File…at the top left-hand side of the screen.…Select Save As…and then Save As once more.…Let's give the file a name, such as My File.…And if you like, you can change the folder.…Otherwise, leave it as the default and click on Save.…Upon saving, you as the author have access…to change permissions and share the file…by clicking on Share at the top right-hand…side of the screen.…So let's go ahead and do it.…To change permissions, click on this box that says…anyone with this link can edit.…
- Creating and editing workbooks
- Using Excel Online shortcuts
- Integrating the desktop version of Excel
- Sharing workbooks and assigning access privileges
- Creating and editing charts
- Designing and creating forms
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting to Know Excel Online
2. Working Seamlessly with Excel Online and Excel Desktop
3. Collaborating with Excel Online
4. Charting in Excel Online
5. Creating Forms with Excel Online
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