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Microsoft Excel 2007 For Dummies Quick Reference by John Walkenbach

By John Walkenbach

Product support me locate new brief cuts in Excel 2007 as issues should not the place they have been in Excel 2003. formulation are more straightforward to do with the 2007.

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See also “Saving Workbooks” and “Creating a workbook template,” earlier in this part. qxp 36 11/16/06 6:41 PM Page 36 Part 2: Managing Workbooks Creating a default workbook template You can create a default workbook template that defines the formatting or content of the new (blank) workbooks that open after you start Excel. Excel bases every new (blank) workbook that you open on the default workbook template. The default workbook template that you create replaces Excel’s built-in default workbook template.

You can create another blank workbook in the following ways: ߜ Press Ctrl+N. ߜ Click the Office button, choose New, select Blank Workbook, and click Create. You can add a button to the Quick Access toolbar that allows you to create a blank workbook with a single mouse click. Click the arrow to the right of the Quick Access toolbar and choose New from the menu. Excel adds the New button to the toolbar. See also “Working with the Quick Access Toolbar,” in Part 1. qxp 11/16/06 6:41 PM Page 25 Comparing Two Workbooks Side by Side — Opening Nonstandard Files 25 Creating Multiple Windows (Views) for a Workbook Sometimes, you want to view two parts of a worksheet at once.

To change the name of a sheet, see “Changing a Worksheet’s Name,” earlier in this part. qxp 44 11/27/06 11:45 AM Page 44 Part 3: Working with Worksheets Protecting a Worksheet Deleting a single formula in a worksheet often creates a ripple effect, causing other formulas to produce an error value or, even worse, incorrect results. You can circumvent such problems by locking the cells that you don’t want to be modified and then protecting your worksheets from modification by following these steps: 1.

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