How to Send an Individual Microsoft Excel Worksheet
How to send an individual Microsoft Excel worksheet.
Whilst working with an executive, he told me that when he needed to send one of his team an individual worksheet of their monthly sales, he saved the existing file with a new name, deleted all the tabs he didn’t want them to see, saved it, then sent it.
When I showed him how to send an individual Microsoft Excel worksheet, without having to save it, it was a D’oh moment!
Sometimes we get so caught up in what we are doing that we make things harder than they need to be and we overlook the obvious.
Whilst the process of saving the file, removing unwanted tabs and then sending the email might have only taken a few minutes, doing it five or ten times, depending on the number of staff, could add up to a half hour or more each time they needed to send them data.
By using this technique, that changed from hours to minutes, reducing stress, frustration and risk and allowing the executive more time to focus on more important matters.
NOTE: This tip saves even MORE time if you are using Microsoft Outlook for your email!!!
Watch this quick video as I show you how to send an individual Microsoft Excel worksheet.
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