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Network problem with excel

Network problem with excel

Network problem with excel

Hello there

This is my first post on this site, as u can tell from my title im having a little problem with excel on the network at my workplce.

now believe it or not, i am the administrator of this network.

Heres the problem

we have a network with about 10 client machines running of it.

every now & again the accountants open the same worksheet at the same time, but the problem is that neither of the accountants are alerted about this, and whent they try & save the worksheet the other accountants work is lost.

It seems that this problem only occurs between the two accountants, i have tested other consoles and they all receive a prompt stating that the workbook is read only.

i am desperate for a solution to this as i am the one getting the flak from the gaffer.

RE: Network problem with excel

Still no solution to this problem, does anyone know any sites or anywhere i can get the answer

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