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How to Turn on Change Tracking in Excel 2013 Workbooks

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Open the workbook for which you want to track changes and that you wish to share and then make any last-minute edits to the file, especially those that are not supported in a shared workbook.

When making these last-minute changes, keep in mind that, when you share a workbook, some of Excel’s editing features become unavailable to you and any others working in the file.

Before turning on file sharing, you may want to save the workbook in a special folder on a network drive to which everyone who is to edit the file has access.

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