Collaborating on a spreadsheet is different than collaborating on a text document — if someone messes up a cell, for example, it's harder to see the change in the bigger picture. No longer, at least if you're using Google Docs, which has implemented revision history for spreadsheets, a feature which even Microsoft Office doesn't seem to offer in Excel. [Docs Blog]
Google Docs Adds Revision History For Spreadsheets
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