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  3. 119 votes
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    Thanks for submitting this. It’s a very good idea, and we’re considering ways in which this might be implemented. Please keep the votes coming, so we can see just how useful this would be, and properly prioritize this against other potential features work.

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    Jonathan Cooper commented  · 

    From help, search for 'Track changes in a Shared Workbook'

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    Jonathan Cooper commented  · 

    Shift+F2 inserts a comment.

    To delete, Shift+F2 on a cell containing a comment will put you into edit mode for the comment. Hit Esc to get out of edit mode and the comment will be selected. Then simply hit the delete key.

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    1 comment  ·  Excel for Windows (Desktop Application) » Other  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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  11. 7 votes
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  13. 755 votes
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    This is a great suggestion, and we want to keep the interest going. Thanks to everyone who has already voted and commented on the suggestion to have an option for the default paste behavior in Excel.

    Sorry that we’ve been slow to comment and update the status on this one.

    Steve K [Excel]

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  14. 541 votes
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    Thanks for the suggestion Jessica. We’ve got a few other suggestions on the site that are similar with scientific notation, etc. We’ll take a look at this area, and pay special attention to any cases that get a lot of votes. So please keep the votes coming to help us do a good job at prioritizing asks like this!

    Cheers,
    John [MS XL]

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    Jonathan Cooper commented  · 

    @Michael Daughety

    Interesting. I think you actually have text in A1. You are right, excel is determined to recognize that as a date. An easier way to get what you want might be to go with it. Since Excel wants that to be a date, use it as such. =MONTH(A1)/DAY(A1)

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    Jonathan Cooper commented  · 

    Something built in would be helpful.
    my solution....I have a template on sharepoint. Whenever a user opens the file (which is read only to them), VBA writes a tiny csv file to a folder in sharepoint with the user ID and a few other pieces of info. Subsequently you can use PQ to retrieve all those files.

    Also, if it is a shared file on sharepoint (i.e. read/write) then you can view the version history of the file to see who has been using the file.

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    1 comment  ·  Excel for Windows (Desktop Application) » Other  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jonathan Cooper commented  · 

    have you tried the 'open as copy' in the File Open dialog picker. This option creates a duplicate copy of the file (e.g. you open 'test file.xlsm' and choose 'open as copy' then it will open as 'Copy (1)test file.xlsm'. Lets say you open a file, make a bunch of changes without saving, and then want to compare to the original, then this should work for you.

    keep in mind though, you can split a single worksheet into separate parts to compare. if you want to compare two worksheets in the same file you can create a 'new window' and then have one window looking at one worksheet and another window looking at a different sheet.

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