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When I publish a Google spreadsheet to the web, it generates a URL that I can share with others. I know I can stop publishing. When I re-publish, the URL is the same.

I no longer want ALL viewers who have that URL to view my spreadsheet, but I do want some to keep viewing it. Is there a way to get a new URL or do I have to recreate the entire workbook (it's fairly involved with lots of sheets, so I'd rather not)?

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Recreating the entire workbook is actually as simple as performing a "save a copy" operation. You can then publish the copied workbook to get a new unique URL, and share that URL with the people who need it.

A more sophisticated approach is to share for viewing, instead of publishing. This lets you identify a user list, and add or remove users at will.

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