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6.13: Creating a Workbook with Multiple Worksheets

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    Learning Objectives

    • Create a new workbook with more than one worksheet.

    Method 1

    The easiest method to add additional worksheets to a workbook is by using the Insert Worksheet shortcut represented by the + button at the bottom of the workbook window. You can use this shortcut button multiple times to insert additional worksheets into your workbook.

    A blank excel sheet is open. A green arrow is pointing at the option to add a new sheet.

    Method 2

    You can also use the menu option Insert>Insert Sheet from the Cells group of the ribbon.

    A blank excel sheet is open. There is a green arrow pointing to the insert dropdown menu, and specifically the insert sheet option.

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    • Creating a Workbook with Multiple Worksheets. Authored by: Shelli Carter. Provided by: Lumen Learning. License: CC BY: Attribution

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