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Creating a Blank Workbook
Creating a Blank Workbook
When you start Excel, the program opens by default with the Start screen ( New ! ) on the
Backstage, where you can open a new workbook so that you can begin working in it. If
you’re already working in Excel, you can use the New command ( New ! ) on the File tab to
create a new workbook. Each new workbook displays a default name(“Book1,” “Book2,”
and so on), numbered according to how many new workbooks you have started during the
session until you save it with a more meaningful name. The workbook name appears on
the title bar and taskbar buttons.
Start a Blank Workbook
Start a blank Excel workbook from either of the following:
Start Screen. Start Excel 2013 from Windows ( New ! ).
New Screen. Click the File tab, and then click New ( New ! ).
To create a blank Excel workbook without the New screen, press
Click Blank Workbook .
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