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Closing a Workbook and Exiting Excel
Closing a Workbook and Exiting Excel
After you finish working on a workbook, you can close it. Closing a workbook frees up
more computer memory for other activities. Closing a workbook is different from exiting,
or quitting, Excel; after you close a workbook, Excel is still running. You close a work-
book by using the Close command on the File tab ( New ! ), which keeps the Excel program
window open. Since each workbook opens in its own program window, you don’t need
an Exit command, so you exit Excel by using the Close button ( New ! ) on the program
window. To protect your files, always save your documents and exit before turning off the
computer.
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