Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
You’ll add this information to the new sheet in the Dalton workbook.
To insert the documentation information in the new worksheet:
1. Click cell A1 , if necessary, type Dalton Food Co-op , and then press the Enter key twice.
2. Type Date: in cell A3, and then press the Tab key.
3. Enter the current date in cell B3, and then press the Enter key.
4. Type Created By: in cell A4, and then press the Tab key.
5. Enter your name in cell B4, and then press the Enter key.
6. Type Purpose: in cell A5, and then press the Tab key.
7. Type To enter orders for the Dalton Food Co-op in cell B5, and then press the Enter key.
8. Increase the width of column A to 15 characters ( 110 pixels). Figure 1-31 shows the com-
pleted documentation sheet.
Completed documentation sheet
Renaming a Worksheet
The current sheet names, “Sheet4” and “Sheet1,” are not very descriptive. Sandra suggests
that you rename Sheet4 “Documentation” and Sheet1 “Orders.” To rename a worksheet,
you double-click the sheet tab to select the sheet name, and then you type a new name
for the sheet. Sheet names cannot exceed 31 characters in length, including blank spaces.
To rename the worksheets:
1. Double-click the Sheet4 tab. Note that the name of the sheet is selected.
2. Type Documentation and then press the Enter key. The width of the sheet tab adjusts to
the length of the name you type.
3. Double-click the Sheet1 tab.
4. Type Orders and then press the Enter key. Both worksheets are renamed.