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Excel is showing I'm still in our shared file

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    Excel is showing I'm still in our shared file

    Currently our office is sharing an excel spreadsheet. When I go into the spreadsheet and then close out it's still shows to others that I'm in the file. The only way I can force it to show I'm not in the file is to restart my computer. Any idea what can be done to fix this?

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    Re: Excel is showing I'm still in our shared file

    how is it shared?
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    Re: Excel is showing I'm still in our shared file

    Over our network. It's placed on our server for all to use.

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    Re: Excel is showing I'm still in our shared file

    so its just shared under "share workbook"?

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