In Excel track changes and comments when proofreading worksheets. Also share Excel workbooks with others easily.
Before you send your workbook, take a minute to prepare a final copy. Excel has tools that might save you from sharing a workbook that contains spelling errors or information about the workbook itself that you do not want recipients to see. Use the Spelling command to find and edit any misspelled words; use the Document Inspector to find and delete any hidden data or personal information that is stored in the workbook, such as hidden comments, invisible objects, and file paths; and consider your Protect Workbook options, which are designed to keep other users from making unwanted changes to your workbook.
You can also check the spelling of every cell in an active worksheet by selecting any empty cell in the worksheet and clicking the Spelling command.
There are times when Excel will say something is an error when it is not. This often happens with people's names, which may not be in the dictionary. Even if Excel says something is an error, you can choose not to change it. There are three options you can choose from:
It is a good idea to save an additional copy of your workbook before you use the Document Inspector to remove information because some changes cannot be undone.