Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Using the workbook window
Name box
Ribbon
Title bar
Window Control menu
Save
Undo
Redo
Customize Quick Access Toolbar
Help
Ribbon Display Options
Minimize
Maximize
Close
Dialog box
launcher
Column
headings
Account
Settings
Collapse
Ribbon
Formula
bar
Scroll box
Scroll bar
Scroll
arrows
Tab scrolling
buttons
Sheet
tab
New Sheet
Status bar
Zoom controls
Page Break Preview
Row headings
Page Layout view
Select All box
Normal view
Figure 2-2 Workbooks initially comprise a single sheet, but you can add as many as you need.
For more information about using workbooks, see Chapter 7, “How to work a workbook.”
Workbooks are great organizational tools. For example, you can keep in the same
workbook all the documents that relate to a specific project, department, or individual.
Workbooks can eliminate a considerable amount of clutter on your hard disk. The more
documents you have to manage, the more valuable workbooks become. You can use
workbooks as a multiuser management tool. For example, you can organize worksheets in
groups for individual tasks or individual users. You can also share a workbook so that more
than one person can work on it at the same time.
If you routinely create folders on your hard disk to contain groups of related files, you can
think of workbooks as folders where you can keep all related worksheets.
For more information about using and sharing workbooks, see Chapter 26, “Collaborating on
a network or by email.”
 
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