Finally, You Can Have Multiple Users Edit A Workbook At The Same Time, WITHOUT Excel’s ‘Shared Workbook’ Feature

Randy Austin

Randy Austin

Using Excel’s Shared Workbooks feature has often been a nightmare with it’s massive limitations and common instability.

Well Not Anymore!

With this week’s FREE Video Training I show you a SECRET way that you can have multiple people around the world make changes to the same application at the SAME TIME. 

Using any type of a Shared Folder you can now create and use Excel macro-enabled applications that can be edited, updated and synchronized around the world, WITHOUT Excel’s ‘Shared Workbook’ feature.

This training also includes an amazing and fully functional Contact Manager that can be used by anyone

I have also included a workbook listing the limitations of the traditional Shared Workbook feature that you no longer have to worry about.

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