Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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aggregating data, particularly pivot tables, will better suit your data gathering needs. And as it turns
out, we’re going to take a look at pivot tables in the next chapter.
Workbooks consist of worksheets, and those sheets can be treated as stand-alone objects that
contain their own, independent data, or they can be connected in various ways to the other sheets.
We’ve reviewed a batch of ways in which those connections can be made—either through cell
references, grouping, or consolidation of their data. We’ve also seen how to protect the data on your
sheets, either wholly or partially, on a cell-by-cell basis.
Just remember—you’ve been entrusted with the care and feeding of 16 billion cells. It’s an
awesome r esponsibility—so take good car e of them.