What are some dangers in grouping worksheets in Excel?

The conveniences and the dangers of grouping sheets are the same: whatever you do to one of the grouped sheets you are doing to all of the grouped sheets. [ Whenever you group sheets to perform a task, it is important to remember to ungroup before continuing to work with sheets individually. There are a couple of ways to ungroup sheets. You can right click the tab of one of the grouped sheets

and click “Ungroup sheets” from the menu. You can also remove grouping by clicking on a tab of a sheet that is not in the group, or by clicking on any single sheet’s tab.
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