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Chapter 12: Linking, Automating, and Sharing Spreadsheets
Chapter 12
Linking, Automating, and
Sharing Spreadsheets
In This Chapter
Using Office apps and Excel add-ins to automate and enhance Excel 2013
Adding hyperlinks to other workbooks, worksheets, Office documents, web pages,
or e-mail
Creating and using macros to automate common spreadsheet tasks
Sharing your worksheets on the web
Editing your worksheets with Excel Web Applications
At your first reading of the chapter title, you might have the impression
that this is just a catch-all, potpourri chapter, containing the last bits of
program information that don’t fit anywhere else in the topic. Actually, this is
not the case because this chapter has a very definite theme, and that theme
is how you go about extending the power of Excel.
It just so happens that Apps for Office, Excel add-ins, hyperlinks, and macros
are four major ways to make Excel more vigorous and versatile: add-ins
through the extra features they give Excel 2013; hyperlinks through links to
other worksheets and Office documents; and web pages and macros through
complex automated command sequences that you can play back whenever
needed. And sharing your worksheets by attaching them to e-mail messages
or publishing them to the web as well as being able to edit them anywhere in
the world using the new online Excel Web Application are all part of the new
collaboration features that enable you to both communicate and collaborate
more quickly and effectively.
Using Apps for Office
Apps for Office are small programs that run inside various Microsoft Office
2013 programs to extend their functionality. There are apps to help you learn
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