Sharing a Workbook for Budgeting

JC

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We currently share Workbooks among several users (via email) and have the problem of re-linking Workbooks after the users have made changes. The problem arises when a Workbook is distributed and the user then saves it to their computer or network, and thus, establishes a new file path. When the Workbook is returned, the file path is different from the original file path, and therefore, the links to other Workbooks must be re-established manually.

Are there any solutions within Excel that we're not using? We've looked at Add-In programs the claim to solve these issues... has anyone used any of these programs?

Thanks for the help.
This message was edited by JC on 2002-09-16 13:13
This message was edited by JC on 2002-09-16 13:14
 

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gareth

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It can Work


Set your macro security to medium >>
Link the spreadsheet.It will work thru mail as well.
Works on my side
 

Mark W.

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See the Excel Help topic for "Ways to allow multiple people to work on a workbook".
 

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