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Quitting Excel
Quitting Excel
When you quit Excel, if you have made changes to a workbook since the last time the fi le
was saved, Excel displays a dialog box asking if you want to save the changes you made
to the fi le before it closes that window. The dialog box contains three buttons with these
resulting actions:
• Yes button — Saves the changes and then quits Excel
• No button — Quits Excel without saving changes
• Cancel button — Closes the dialog box and redisplays the worksheet without saving
the changes
If no changes have been made to an open workbook since the last time the fi le was
saved, Excel will close the window without displaying a dialog box.
To Quit Excel with One Workbook Open
The Walk and Rock 1st Quarter Sales worksheet is complete. The following steps quit Excel if only
one workbook is open.
Point to the Close
button on the right
side of the Excel title
bar (Figure 1–88).
Click the Close
button to quit Excel.
What if I have more
than one Excel work-
book open?
You would click the
Close button on the
Excel title bar for
each open workbook.
When you click the
Close button with the
last workbook open,
Excel also quits. As an
alternative, you could
click the Offi ce Button
and then click the Exit
Excel button on the
Offi ce Button menu,
which closes all open
workbooks and then
quits Excel.
Figure 1–88
Other Ways
1. Double-click Offi ce Button
2. With multiple workbooks
open, click Offi ce Button,
click Exit Excel on Offi ce
Button menu
3. Right-click Microsoft Excel
button on Windows Vista
taskbar, click Close
on shortcut menu
4. Press ALT+F4
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