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Old November 16th 05, 03:02 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
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Default Problems losing changes in shared workbook

Has anyone else had problems losing changes on a shared workbook? I have an
Excel 2003 workbook shared between multiple people and saved on a network. We
have used shared workbooks for over a year now and have not had this problem
yet. The workbook is filtered on a column with names for who is assigned to
update information on that row. One user has made changes twice to "his"
filtered list and saves the workbook. When he exits and opens the workbook
again, for a second you can see his changes then the rows revert back to what
they were before changes were made. I have searched the net and cannot find
anyone else who has had this problem. I don't know how to figure out what is
causing it or what to do to make sure it does not happen again.

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