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On 11-02-11 10:56, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)

This seems to be normal behaviour.  The first person to open the document should 
be able to edit it.  If the document is then opened a 2nd and 3rd (or more) time 
then it can only be edited by the 1st one.  The other people can open it as 
"read only".

When reading previous message Excel does behave in a different way than
Calc does.

If everyone could edit the same cells at the same time then there might be some 
confusion about which edit to keep because there are a lot of contradictory 
'obvious' answers.

It is possible, in Excel, to share documents.

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