Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Exploring Excel
Print tab: Change the page layout, attach
headers and footers, select a printer, and
specify exactly what you want Excel to
print from this tab. You’ll learn more
about these options in Chapter 10,
“Printing and Other Output Formats.”
If you close a file in Excel without
saving it first, Excel will remind you to save
a copy as in previous versions. Excel
2010 goes one step further by
automatically saving a copy of your file every 10
minutes while you are working. You will
be prompted to open the latest version
of that file when you re-open Excel.
Save & Send tab: With the Save & Send
tab, you can either send your file as an
e-mail attachment, create a PDF version
of the file, or save it online, where others
can view it with one of the new Office
Web applications. You can read more
about this tab later in this chapter.
Help tab: From this tab, you can access
simple solutions to common questions,
as well as get information about product
support, and links to contact Microsoft
directly with your questions or suggestions
about Excel. If you are new to Excel, the
Getting Started button offers a variety of
online tutorials and additional training to
accelerate your learning curve. The Options
button opens the Excel Options dialog
Recent tab: This tab displays a list of the
last 20 documents that were opened in
Excel 2010.
New tab: Open a new blank spreadsheet,
or create a new file based on one of the
dozens of templates provided with Excel.
Excel gives all new workbooks a default
file name (Book1, Book2, and so on) until
you replace it.
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