Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Opening a Template
Opening a Template
You may not realize it, but every workbook you create is based on a template. When you
start a new workbook without specifying a template, Excel creates a new workbook based
on the default template file (Book.xltx), which includes three worksheets and no special
formulas, labels, or formatting. When you specify a particular template in the Start or New
screen ( New ! ), whether it’s one supplied by Excel or one you created yourself, Excel starts
a new workbook that contains the formulas, labels, graphics, and formatting contained in
that template. The template itself does not change when you enter data in the new work-
book, because you are working on a new file, not with the template file.
Open a Template
Click the File tab, and then click Open .
Click Computer , and then click Browse .
Click the Files of type list arrow, and then click Templates .
Click the Look in list arrow, and then select the folder that contain the template
you want to open.
Personal Templates. C:\Users\ user name \My Templates; your location might
differ, or C:\Users\ user name \Documents\Custom Office Templates (default).
Office Templates. C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Templates\1033
Click the file name of the template you want to open.
Click Open .
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