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Old 08-24-2016, 03:00 AM
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Hello,



I am looking to share a notebook with work colleagues. We are not allowed to use OneDrive and I don't want everyone who has access to my shared folder to access my Notebook.

I have tried using the Invite People option but this is not showing under 'Share'

If I send a link to a folder that only I have access to, this obviously wouldn't work either.

Can you please give me some ideas of how best to share both workbooks and sections with various colleagues?

I have searched this, but nothing seems to work.

Thanks in advance
Caz
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The proper way to manage a shared resource such as this is to get each user a separate password-protected account with an appropriate access level.
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