Can Excel track changes? Yes, and it’s easy to do. The process is similar to Track Changes in Word, except Excel highlights the altered cells as opposed to the altered words and sentences.
Two notes before we begin:
- Track Changes does not work in spreadsheets that contain tables. To use Track Changes on these workbooks, select the table, click the Design tab, then click Convert to Range.
- To solicit edits from others, be sure to post the workbook in a shared location.
First, you may have to add the Track Changes buttons to your Ribbon menu, because some versions do not show this feature on the default Ribbon.
Can Excel track changes? How to add Track Changes to the Ribbon menu was orginially posted by JD Sartain