Email the changed rows from a multi sheet workbook as an attachment?

gcmax

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Hello,

I have been looking for a solution to this but haven't got very far: at the moment I can email the whole workbook but need to just see what was changed since the last save. Is this possible?

Many thanks :)
 

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sijpie

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Unless 'Track Changes' is on, or you have the previous version as a reference, then no.
 

gcmax

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Hi sijpie,

Track changes seems like the answer to my worries. I wish I had known about this being a built in function to excel before.

Thanks for helping :)
 

gcmax

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Hello again,

I experimented with the track changes options and really they are not helpful. The history sheet which contains all the changes disappears after save, then you have to re-enable the option to save to a separate sheet the next time anything is altered :(

Why Microsoft did this is totally beyond me as it is counter productive.

So it looks like I'm back to square one.
 

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