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The Absolute Minimum

When you move from this chapter, make sure you walk away understanding this concept: Every workbook is a file that contains one or more pages called worksheets. This concept provides a framework for all of the other hands-on skills you acquired in this chapter. You now know how to

Start a project with a pre-designed workbook template rather than starting from scratch.
Open a blank workbook that you can use to design and construct a custom workbook.
Save and name a workbook, so you can open and edit it later.
Save a workbook as a template so you can use it as a model for any workbooks you create in the future.
Select, insert, copy, move, and rename worksheets and change the color of their tabs.

At this point, you know everything you need to know to create and manage the workbooks that hold your Excel worksheets. In the next part, you begin to focus more closely on the worksheets themselves as you begin to enter data, format the data, add formulas, and print your worksheets.

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