If an Excel workbook has been shared in the traditional way, we can easily un-share the workbook using the Excel Ribbon. In the Ribbon, select Review > Protect > Unshare Workbook.
You can turn off sharing by following these steps:
- Display the Review tab of the ribbon.
- Click the Share Workbook tool, in the Changes group. Excel displays the Share Workbook dialog box.
- Clear the Allow Changes check box.
- Click on OK.
Set up a shared workbook
- Click the Review tab.
- Click Share Workbook in the Changes group.
- On the Editing tab, click to select the Allow changes by more than one user at the same time. …
- In the Save As dialog box, save the shared workbook on a network location where other users can gain access to it.
If you’re the owner of a spreadsheet that’s shared with others, you can stop sharing it to prevent anyone from viewing or editing it. , click Share Options, click Stop Sharing, then click OK.
By sharing a workbook: A team can work simeltaneously on the same workbook. No multiple copies , all the data by everyone is in a single workbook. Can be used to collect information for surveys etc.
You and your colleagues can open and work on the same Excel workbook. This is called co-authoring. When you co-author, you can see each other’s changes quickly—in a matter of seconds. And with certain versions of Excel, you’ll see other people’s selections in different colors.
If the box is uncheckable (grayed out), most likely shared workbook protection is on. To unprotect the workbook, click OK to close the Share Workbook dialog box, and then click the Unprotect Shared Workbook button on the Review tab, in the Changes group.
Co-authoring in SharePoint Server lets multiple users work on a document, at any time, without interfering with each other’s changes. … If you have SharePoint Server configured to use Office Web Apps Server, users can also co-author documents in Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote Web Apps.
Can multiple users edit an Excel spreadsheet at the same time in teams?
Simultaneous Editing of Files
When one or more Teams members opens the same file in Online mode (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), they can simultaneously edit the same file.
What is a good rule of thumb for using color?
A good rule of thumb is to choose three to five complementary colors: one white or light color, one to two neutral colors, and one to two supporting colors to act as accent colors. If the idea of choosing different colors causes you to panic, consider using different shades or hues of a single color instead.