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Resolving Revisions in Excel

When it comes to Excel, revisions are bound to happen. Whether it's a typo that was missed or a formula that needs to be changed, revisions are a part of the editing process. Fortunately, Excel makes it easy to track and resolve revisions. In this article, we'll show you how to resolve revisions in Excel so that your spreadsheets are always accurate.

How to Resolve Revisions in Excel

There are two ways to resolve revisions in Excel: manually or automatically. We'll show you how to do both so that you can choose the method that works best for you.

Manually Resolving Revisions in Excel

If you only have a few revisions to make, then manually resolving them is probably the best option. To do this, simply open up the Revision History pane and make your changes. Then, save the file and close the Revision History pane.

Automatically Resolving Revisions in Excel

If you have a lot of revisions to make, or if you want to ensure that all future revisions are made automatically, then you can use the AutoCorrect feature in Excel. To do this, go to the File tab and click on Options. Then, click on Proofing and select the AutoCorrect options that you want to use. For example, you can have Excel automatically correct misspelled words or capitalization errors. Once you've made your selections, click OK.

Now, whenever you make a change in your spreadsheet that results in a revision, Excel will automatically make the correction for you. This can save you a lot of time in the long run, especially if you're dealing with large spreadsheets with many revisions.

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