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Quitting Excel
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Quitting Excel
When you close a workbook, if you have made changes to a workbook since the last time
the fi le was saved, Excel displays a dialog box asking if you want to save the changes you
made to the fi le before it closes that window. The dialog box contains three buttons with
these resulting actions:
• Yes button — Saves the changes and then quits Excel
• No button — Quits Excel without saving changes
• Cancel button — Closes the dialog box and redisplays the worksheet without saving
the changes
If no changes have been made to an open workbook since the last time the fi le was
saved, Excel will close all windows without displaying any dialog boxes.
To Quit Excel
The Walk and Rock 1st Quarter Sales worksheet is complete. The following steps quit Excel if only
one workbook is open.
1
Point to the Close
button on the right
side of the Excel title
bar (Figure 1–88).
Close
button
2
Click the Close
button to quit Excel.
Why are there two
Minimize and Restore
buttons in the
Microsoft Excel
window?
You can see that the
Excel window includes
two Minimize and
two Restore icons
(Figure 1–88). The
Minimize button and
Restore button on
the title bar are used to
minimize and restore the entire Excel window. The Minimize button and Restore button next to
the Help icon are used to minimize and restore the worksheet within the Excel window.
Figure 1–88
Other Ways
1. Double-click Offi ce Button
2. Click Offi ce Button,
click Exit Excel on Offi ce
Button menu
3. Right-click Microsoft
Excel button on
Windows taskbar, click
Close on shortcut menu
4. Press ALT+F4
 
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