Microsoft Excel 2003 has become the spreadsheet of choice for over 80% of corporate businesses around the world. One of the clear advantages of using Microsoft Excel 2003 over other spreadsheeting programs is the ability to have multiple people entering information into the same spreadsheet. This function in Microsoft Excel is called Shared Workbooks and we will go through how to setup this capability in this article.
Also, just imagine the amount of paper you would be using all year round just to store all of those data and numbers. You can do Mother Nature a good turn by switching to using electronic spreadsheets instead of manual options. And if it is not the ease of use or the speed of the calculations that you are after, at least you would see the benefit of the automatic formatting features that come with any spreadsheet software. Now you can easily have very presentable spreadsheets done for you as you type your data inside the cells. You do not have to worry too much about the look of your spreadsheets, especially if you are presenting these to your clients. Businesses generally make extensive use of spreadsheets both in accounting and all other business fields. Being a numerically based system of analyzing information spreadsheets are used throughout every accounting function as the technique presents an ideal basis to maintain accuracy and automate the collection of financial information.