In order to prepare workbooks for internationalization and accessibility, whenever you share your workbooks with others, you need to make sure you’re not sharing more than you intend, so removing metadata is always a good idea. If you share your workbooks with those with accessibility challenges, you have other considerations, including adding alternate text for each graphic. If your workbooks will be used by others at all, you should address both of these issues.
See Also For more information about removing metadata, see the “Removing workbook metadata”, in section 1. 2, “Prepare workbooks for review.”
If you share your workbooks with folks from other countries, or those working in other languages or currencies, you need to ensure that you communicate the right information, in the right language, using the right symbols. This section covers some of the tools and options you can use to prepare your workbooks for any audience.
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