undo change in two worksheets

asked 2023-01-16T16:56:38.5733333+00:00
BiCa7 20 Reputation points

When I have two worksheets open and I copy information from one to another, when I undo a change in one, I undo the other one as well.

How to take it off?

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  1. answered 2023-01-16T17:19:52.2466667+00:00
    Dillon Silzer 33,226 Reputation points

    Hello,

    There is no feature to turn this off. I'd recommend submitting this feedback using Excel:

    How do I give feedback on Microsoft 365?

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/how-do-i-give-feedback-on-microsoft-365-2b102d44-b43f-4dd2-9ff4-23cf144cfb11


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  2. answered 2023-01-17T10:23:48.1666667+00:00
    Emily Hua-MSFT 21,526 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    Hi @BiCa7

    If you copy values from worksheet A to worksheet B, then undo a previous change in worksheet A, the pasting data in worksheet B will be revoked.

    As Dillon S suggested, there is no option to turn it off.

    Based on my tests, if you open worksheet A in one Excel instance, and run excel /x in Run dialog to open a new Excel instance, then open worksheet B, you can past the values and formats. (But the formulas can not be pasted.)

    Under this case, you can undo a change in worksheet A, the pasting operation will not be effected.


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