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Posted By On November 22, 2006 @ 2:59 PM In MS Excel,MS Office Help | Comments Disabled
I received this question from a reader the other day, so I thought I would explain it to you all now.
Q: I hear the terms “workbook” and “worksheet” used frequently when people discuss MS Excel. What exactly is a workbook? A worksheet? Is there a difference?
A: Well, to begin with, there is definitely a difference.
Often, one workbook has a single theme, such as a personal budget. Each worksheet would then have a part of that theme, such as the budget broken down by month.
There you go. It’s that simple!
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