Turn off autorecover on Microsoft Excel workbook

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My team has one large Microsoft Excel workbook and several other smaller workbooks. There really is a large amount of data on the one workbook so that's currently read-only (but I do need to edit it at times for filtering and other things). Here's what I want to do: I want to turn autorecover off for that file but keep it on for the smaller workbooks.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Open the excel file, then click excel options (Office button), Now open save settings & then click Save. Here you can find save workbooks, click to deselect the 'save autorecover info every....' check box to turn off the auto recover feature. This can be done for a particular Excel file also. However you did not mention excel version, so procedure may change from one to another version.
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