Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Pressing the Esc Key to Close Backstage View
New Used to create a new workbook or start from a template. Dis-
cussed in Chapter 1 .
Open Used to access a file stored on your computer or the
SkyDrive. Discussed in Chapter 1 .
Save Saves the file in the same folder as it was previously
stored. Note that Save is actually a command instead of a panel in
Save As
Save As Stores the file on your computer or in the SkyDrive. Dis-
cussed in Chapter 1 .
Print Used to choose print settings and print. Includes Print Pre-
view. Discussed in Chapter 36 , Printing .
Share Used to post your workbook to Facebook, Twitter, or
LinkedIn or to send it via email. Discussed in Chapter 36 .
Export Used to create a PDF, control web publishing options, or
change the file type. Discussed in Chapter 37 , Excel Web App and
Other Ways to Share Workbooks .
Close Closes the current workbook. Like Save, this entry is a pure
Account Connects your copy of Excel to various social network-
ing accounts. Discussed in Chapter 1 .
Options Contains pages of Excel settings. See Chapter 4 , Custom-
izing Excel , for details.
Recent File List
Recent File List This list appears only if you ve changed a de-
fault setting in Excel Options. Visit File, Options, Advanced Display
and choose Quickly Access This Number of Recent Workbooks.
Pressing the Esc Key to Close Backstage View
Pressing the Esc Key to Close Backstage View
To get out of Backstage and return to your worksheet, you can either press
the Esc key or click the back arrow in the top-left corner of Backstage.
Recovering Unsaved Workbooks
Recovering Unsaved Workbooks
As in previous versions of Excel, the AutoSave feature can create copies of
your workbook every nminutes. If an AutoSave version of your workbook
exists, you can now access that file using the Recover Unsaved Workbooks
icon at the bottom of the Recent Workbooks list. Note that you might have to
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