How to Combine Changes Made to Multiple Excel Workbooks

Review Changes Command

Review Changes Commands

Frequently, several people work on an Excel 2007 Workbook. Perhaps to create departmental budgets or to analyze regional sales results. When it is time to combine the work of these individuals into the Master Excel Workbook you do not want to resort to “copy & paste!” Fortunately, you do not have to. Use Excel 2007’s Compare and Merge Tool to do this for us.

However, in order to make this work there are several “gotcha steps” to be aware of. Watch this video lesson to see how to combine the individual work of three colleagues into a “merged workbook” for an upcoming event. I guarantee that this lesson will save you time and aggravation at “budget time” each year.

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