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I do not see the option to unshare the microsoft excel workbook in Office
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Look in the Review tab|Changes Group.

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I do not see the option to unshare the microsoft excel workbook in Office
2007. does anyone know how I can unshare the workbook?


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Thanks Dave. I have seen the Review tab| Changes group and have seen the
Share workbook option. How exactly do I unshare the workbook. Office 2003
usually had the unshare option along with the share workbook option

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Look in the Review tab|Changes Group.

sunny wrote:

I do not see the option to unshare the microsoft excel workbook in Office
2007. does anyone know how I can unshare the workbook?


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Click that button to share or unshare and you'll see that same dialog that you
saw in xl2003 menus.

Then uncheck the checkbox.

sunny wrote:

Thanks Dave. I have seen the Review tab| Changes group and have seen the
Share workbook option. How exactly do I unshare the workbook. Office 2003
usually had the unshare option along with the share workbook option

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Look in the Review tab|Changes Group.

sunny wrote:

I do not see the option to unshare the microsoft excel workbook in Office
2007. does anyone know how I can unshare the workbook?


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Dave Peterson


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Thanks Dave

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Click that button to share or unshare and you'll see that same dialog that you
saw in xl2003 menus.

Then uncheck the checkbox.

sunny wrote:

Thanks Dave. I have seen the Review tab| Changes group and have seen the
Share workbook option. How exactly do I unshare the workbook. Office 2003
usually had the unshare option along with the share workbook option

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Look in the Review tab|Changes Group.

sunny wrote:

I do not see the option to unshare the microsoft excel workbook in Office
2007. does anyone know how I can unshare the workbook?

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Dave Peterson


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