Duplicate excel activity, on another worksheet at the same time.

michaelroshan

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Office Version
  1. 2007
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  1. Windows
I have a excel workbook which i am using to print Purchase orders and i use one sheet per Document and save it for further reference.
The same workbook i share on a group shared drive which other people can access and refer as well.

I need a way where 'what i do' on the worksheet i work on, automatically reflect and duplicated on the worksheet which is on the shared drive!
Meaning. both worksheets will be updated and saved at the same time.(One on my computer and the other on the shared drive.)
I need all information including new sheet creation and altering be updated on the shared worksheet "Live"!

is this possible? if so, Can someone help me on this? :)
 

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