- [Narrator] If you want to allow multiple users…to access the same workbook,…you'll need to know how to activate sharing,…and ultimately the ability to track changes by each user.…And when we say, open at the same time,…we are also opening the door to the idea that…people could be making changes to the same cells…at approximately the same time frame.…The feature called sharing, in prior versions of Excel,…used to be found on the review tab.…Now, when you go to the review tab in the ribbon,…you don't see sharing, but you might see here,…grayed out, unshare workbook.…
So how do we share our workbook?…We need to add an icon to the quick access toolbar.…On the right side of the quick access toolbar,…and most people do keep this above the ribbon,…there's a drop arrow, slide down to more commands.…In this dialog box, choose commands…from either commands not in the ribbon…or all commands.…Slide down to the letter S, and you'll see an option.…"Share workbook," it's a Legacy feature.…We add it to the quick access toolbar,…
- Describe the process for adding a command to the Quick Access toolbar.
- Cite the shortcuts for Undo and Redo.
- Name the keys commonly used to move, copy, and insert data.
- Explain how to create a chart.
- Summarize the process for freezing and unfreezing panes.
- Describe methods for sorting data.
- Explain how to create Pivot Tables.
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 1/7/2019. What changed?
A: A new video was added that covers working with Excel Ideas.
Outlook 2019 Essential Trainingwith Jess Stratton2h 12m Beginner
1. Getting Started with Excel
2. Entering Data
3. Creating Formulas and Functions
5. Adjusting Worksheet Layout and Data
8. Adjusting Worksheet Views
9. Multiple Worksheets and Workbooks
10. Data Management Features
11. Security and Sharing
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