Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Creating workbooks
In the left tab list, click the Home tab’s expand control, click the Styles group’s name,
and then click the Add button to add the Styles group to the My Commands tab.
In the left tab list, below the Home tab, click the Number group’s expand control to
display the commands in the Number group.
In the right tab list, click the Formatting group you created earlier. Then, in the left
tab list, click the Number Format item and click the Add button to add the Number
Format item to the Formatting custom group.
Click OK to save your ribbon customizations, and then click the My Commands tab
on the ribbon to display the contents of the new tab.
IMPORTANT The remaining exercises in this topic assume that you are using Excel
2013 as it was installed on your computer. After you complete this exercise, you should
reset the ribbon to its original configuration so that the instructions in the remaining
exercises in the topic are consistent with your copy of Excel.
CLEAN UP Close all open workbooks, saving your changes if you want to.
Creating workbooks
Every time you want to gather and store data that isn’t closely related to any of your other
existing data, you should create a new workbook. The default workbook in Excel has one
worksheet, although you can add more worksheets or delete existing worksheets if you
want. Creating a workbook is a straightforward process—you just display the Backstage
view, click New, and click the tile that represents the type of workbook you want.
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