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Insert, Delete or Rename Sheets in the Excel Web App

Insert, Delete or Rename Sheets in the Excel Web App

Complex or lengthy spreadsheets require the use of multiple pages to keep important data together. Organizing information into separate pages, or sheets, reduces the amount of scrolling back and forth across a large amount of data.

If you haven’t already done so, take a look at the tabs in the lower-left corner of the screen. These tabs[md]labeled Sheet1, Sheet2, Sheet3, and so on[md]represent different sheets. Clicking through these sheet tabs illustrates how you can use multiple pages to store data[md]all within the same notebook.

For one or two tabs, it might be enough to know that you have information there, but if you share your notebooks, or use a bunch of different sheets, you may want to name the sheets for clarity. Simply right-click a tab to open a menu for sheets (see Figure 3).

Figure 3 Right-click a sheet tab to open a menu of options.

Thanks to a recent update, Excel users can now insert, delete, or rename sheets within the Excel Web App! Simply right-click a sheet tab, click Rename, then type a descriptive name.

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