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Previous versions of Microsoft Excel required that you go to ToolsŕAdd-ins, and choose the Autosave Add-in. Not anymore.
In Microsoft Excel 2002 and up, you'll find the Autosave feature now under the Save tab under ToolsŕOptions.
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