Choose Sheets That Save Or Don't Save

Jun 4, 2007

I have 120 sheets in my workbook and I only need 5 of them to save when there are changes, the other 115 are were data is pulled from. Is it possible to tell excel not to look at a sheet when it saves? I'm just after making it save faster.
This is going to be a workbook that " moves" a round a lot, so I want to the 115 sheets in the same workbook.

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