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Picture Yourself Learning Microsoft® Excel® 2010 by Laurie Ulrich Fuller, Deidre Hayes, Jeffery A. Riley

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Working with Multiple Worksheets

AN EXCEL WORKBOOK STARTS out with three worksheets, although quite often, you may only use one. Each of these worksheets has a generic name, such as Sheet1, Sheet2, and so on, although you can rename them as needed. You can remove sheets from a workbook that you aren’t using, and make the file slightly smaller and easier to use. You can also add sheets to a workbook, if you need to gather related information together (such as each month’s sales figures) and yet keep them separate and unique. If you are building such a workbook, you can create the first month’s sales worksheet, complete with formulas and formatting, and copy it over and over within the workbook, saving tons of time. In this section, you learn ...

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