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Using Excel, what are some dangers in grouping worksheets?
One of the biggest dangers of grouping worksheets, is that when you change something on one worksheet, it is then applied to all of the worksheets that are grouped. While this can be considered a danger, it also can be used to ones advantage. [ Hope this helps. ]
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