Sarah Dillingham Co-Authoring in SharePoint 2013
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By Sarah Dillingham

Abstract

Sarah Dillingham outlines how co-authoring works in SharePoint 2013 and the benefits it offers. The organisational intranet software now offers real-time collaboration on the same Word, Excel or PowerPoint document; the authors can see one another’s work and everyone knows who is working on the document. She provides tips to help users make the most of co-authoring and to work more productively with one another.

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