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            Jason Schaeffer commented  · 

            I look at Excel tables as the first step towards allowing Excel to store more structured data where the row is more strongly encouraged to have meaning (a lot like a database table). There needs to be a form of protection that allows rows to be added and deleted while preventing calculated columns from being modified, similar to the way updatable Access queries work. Right now, there is no way to make an Excel table function as a designed list of rows -- either the end user can't add and remove rows, or the end user can change the design of the table to circumvent the wishes of the designer.

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