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EXCEL FILE OPEN TAKE MORE TIMES

WHEN A WORKSHEET ONLY ONE SHEET AND IT CONTINUE WORK AFTER CLOSE FILE AND REOPEN THAT FILE TAKE MORE TIMES FOR OPEN SPREDSHEET, SO PLEASE GIVE ME SOLUTION HOW OPEN QUICKLY. REGARDS, RANJAN

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Describe the each part of microsoft excel 2207


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