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On the sheet tab located at the bottom left of the screen.

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In MS Excel, each page is called a worksheet.


The term to identify a page in an MS Excel spreadsheet (workbook) is worksheet. The specific name of each worksheet is located on the tab below the worksheet. The default names for the three worksheets loaded when the default install of Excel is opened are: Sheet1, Sheet2, and Sheet3.worksheet


A worksheet.Simply a page or a sheet.It is called a worksheet.A worksheet.The term to identify a page in an MS Excel spreadsheet (workbook) is worksheet. The specific name of each worksheet is located on the tab below the worksheet. The default names for the three worksheets loaded when the default install of Excel is opened are: Sheet1, Sheet2, and Sheet3.


Yes you can. Right click on the tab with the worksheet name and click Rename and then type in the name that you want.


If you are asking about worksheet name tabs, just right-click on the tab and select rename.


Right-click on any worksheet name tab and click Insert.Shift+F11Click on the Insert worksheet icon to the right of all the existing worksheet name tabs.


It is another name for spreadsheet. It is a single tab.


The File name will usually appear at the top of the excel file. It should look something like this: file name - Microsoft Excel...


Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.Each individual box on a worksheet in Excel is a cell. Each cell has an address consisting of the column and row identifiers. So cell B34 is the cell in column B and row 34.


The Name Box is at the left end of the Formula Bar.


Excel is a spreadsheet application and it refers to its spreadsheets as a worksheet, and the document, which can contain multiple worksheets, is known as a workbook.




Yes in a workbook each worksheet must have unique name, you cant have two worksheets with the same name.


Microsoft Excel will give a default name to a newly created but not yet saved worksheet that is in line with how the rest of the world works. You can save an existing worksheet under a different name. These are the ways experience says will work



At the very start you'll get the splash screen with the name of the version of Excel on it as it loads. Then you will get a blank worksheet, which will be Sheet1. You are then ready to start working on your spreadsheet.


Right click on the worksheet name (usually Sheet1, Sheet2 unless you have renamed it), Select Delete, and confirm delete.


If you mean what is the name of the worksheet in an Excel workbook, it is the name on the tab at the bottom of the screen. To change the name, right-click on the tab and select rename.


If it is moved to be a chart on its own, that is known as a Chart Sheet, not a worksheet, and its name will be Chart1. A Chart sheet, unlike a worksheet, just has a chart and has no cells. Moving a chart from a worksheet will not affect that worksheet's name. So in this case, it would still be Sheet1. If you move a chart to another worksheet, embedding it there, that does not affect the name of that worksheet. So it could b embedded on Sheet2 or Sheet3 or whatever name may have been given to it.


The Main Screen PartsCommon Parts of the Excel ScreenParts of the Microsoft Excel 2003 ScreenRelated Article: Parts of the Excel 2007 ScreenActive CellIn a worksheet, the cell with the black outline. Data is always entered into the active cell.Column LetterColumns run vertically on a worksheet and each one is identified by a letter in the column header.Formula BarLocated above the worksheet, this area displays the contents of the active cell. It can also be used for entering or editing data and formulas.Name BoxLocated next to the formula bar, the Name Box displays the cell reference or the name of the active cell.Row NumberRows run horizontally in an Excel worksheet and are identified by a number in the row header.Sheet TabSwitching between worksheets in a Microsft Excel file is done by clicking on the sheet tab at the bottom of the screen.Parts of the Microsoft Excel 2003 ScreenRelated Article: Parts of the Excel 2007 ScreenActive CellIn a worksheet, the cell with the black outline. Data is always entered into the active cell.Column LetterColumns run vertically on a worksheet and each one is identified by a letter in the column header.Formula BarLocated above the worksheet, this area displays the contents of the active cell. It can also be used for entering or editing data and formulas.Name BoxLocated next to the formula bar, the Name Box displays the cell reference or the name of the active cell.Row NumberRows run horizontally in an Excel worksheet and are identified by a number in the row header.Sheet TabSwitching between worksheets in a Microsft Excel file is done by clicking on the sheet tab at the bottom of the screen.Starting at the top and working down:Title BarMenu BarToolbar(s)Formula barColumn headers (Row headers at the left)WorksheetSheet tabs and horizontal scroll barStatus bar.At the right is the vertical scroll bar.The Main Screen PartsCommon Parts of the Excel ScreenYou can find a detailed tutorial about this at Excel Edvantage website.


A worksheet contains columns, rows and cells and is where you do your work. Each worksheet has a name. You can have more than one worksheet in a workbook. Each worksheet has a tab at the bottom of the screen, with its name on it. This is a sheet tab. It allows you to identify the different worksheets and by clicking on a sheet tab, you can change from one worksheet to another.


No. The workBOOK is saved as a single file including every workSHEET.


Sheet Tab at bottom of the screen




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