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How to save Excel 2010 PowerPivoted workbook for user with no connections ?

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I've created a workbook with 4 tabs that access a PowerPivot table to get 4 varied sets of data. What is the best way to save a copy of just the "answers" for a user who does not have PowerPivot or access to our back-end SQL Server tables?

I know I can copy-and-paste-values-and-formats into a new workbook, but doing that for all 4 reports seems like more work than I should have to do.

Thanks!
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I'm not 100% sure I understand your question but you could try printing them to a .pdf file using CutePDF or a similar program.
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I'd like to send a vanilla Excel workbook to the user, with the data in cells so it can be sorted and summed, but leave out the pivot and data connection functionalities.
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I'm not sure there are any other options if you don't want to send the live pivot. (they can still use it without PowerPivot).
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I'm splitting the points since there's no apparent way to really do what I asked for. Thanks folks!
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