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1 Microsoft Excel 2010 ® ® Tutorial 6: Managing Multiple Worksheets and Workbooks

2 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Objectives Create a worksheet group Format and edit multiple worksheets at once Create cell references to other worksheets Consolidate information from multiple worksheets using 3-D references Create and print a worksheet group

3 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Objectives Create a link to data in another workbook Create a workbook reference Learn how to edit links Create and use an Excel workspace Insert a hyperlink in a cell Create a custom template Save a workbook to SkyDrive and use the Excel Web App

4 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Visual Overview

5 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Worksheet Groups and 3-D References

6 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Grouping Worksheets Using multiple worksheets makes it easier to group and summarize data Worksheet groups save time and improve consistency among worksheets – An action performed once affects multiple worksheets A worksheet group can contain adjacent or nonadjacent worksheets

7 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Grouping Worksheets

8 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Entering Formulas in a Worksheet Group Grouped worksheets must have exact same organization and layout (rows and columns) The formula is entered in the same cells in all worksheets in the group

9 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Grouping Worksheets Any formatting changes made to the active sheet are applied to all sheets in the group When worksheets are ungrouped, each one functions independently again – If you forget to ungroup worksheets, any changes you make in one will be applied to all worksheets in the group

10 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Working with Multiple Worksheets Copying worksheets – Use an existing worksheet as a starting point for creating another one – Duplicates all values, formulas, and formats into new worksheet, leaving original worksheet intact – Edit, reformat, and enter new content as needed

11 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Working with Multiple Worksheets Referencing cells and ranges in other worksheets – Using multiple worksheets to organize related data allows you to reference a cell or range in another worksheet in the same workbook

12 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Using 3-D References to Add Values Across Worksheets When worksheets have identical row and column layouts, enter formulas with 3-D references to summarize the worksheets in another worksheet 3-D reference specifies not only the range of rows and columns, but also the range of worksheet names in which the cells appear General syntax of a 3-D cell reference:

13 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Using 3-D References to Add Values Across Worksheets

14 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Using 3-D References to Add Values Across Worksheets

15 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Using 3-D References to Add Values Across Worksheets If you change the value in one worksheet, the results of formulas that reference that cell reflect the change

16 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Printing a Worksheet Group Same page layout settings apply to all worksheets in the group at the same time All worksheets in the group can be printed at once

17 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Visual Overview

18 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Links and External References

19 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Linking Workbooks When creating formulas in a workbook, reference data in other workbooks by creating a link between the workbooks When two files are linked, the source file contains the data, and the destination file (dependent file) receives the data When source and destination workbooks are in different folders, workbook reference must include the file’s complete location (the path)

20 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Linking Workbooks

21 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Link Workbooks When… Separate workbooks have the same purpose and structure A large workbook is too unwieldy to use Information from different workbooks can be summarized Source workbooks received from another person or group are continually updated

22 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Navigating Multiple Workbooks To change which workbook is active: – Use Switch Windows button - or - – Click Excel program button on the taskbar, then click the thumbnail of the workbook

23 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Arranging Multiple Workbooks Windows arranged in a tiled configuration Other options: horizontal, vertical, cascade

24 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Creating Formulas with External References A formula can include a reference to another workbook (external reference), which creates a set of linked workbooks

25 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Updating Linked Workbooks When data in a source file changes, the destination file should reflect those changes If source and destination files are open when a change is made: – Destination file is updated automatically If destination file is closed when source file is changed: – Choose whether to update the link to display current values, or continue to display older values when you open the destination file

26 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Updating a Destination Workbook with Source Workbooks Closed

27 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Managing Links Use Edit Links dialog box to manage links

28 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Creating an Excel Workspace Saves information about all currently opened workbooks (e.g., locations, window sizes) Has the file extension.xlw Does not contain workbooks themselves— only information about them

29 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Visual Overview

30 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Templates and Hyperlinks

31 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Creating a Hyperlink A link in a file to information within that file or another file Can be used to: – Quickly jump to a specific cell or range within the active worksheet, another worksheet, or another workbook – Jump to other files

32 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Inserting a Hyperlink Use the Hyperlink button

33 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Editing a Hyperlink Change its target file or Web page - or - Modify the text that is displayed - or - Change the ScreenTip for the hyperlink

34 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Creating Templates A template workbook – Includes all text (row and column labels), formatting, and formulas, but no data – Is a model from which you create new workbooks Any changes or additions made to the new workbook do not affect the template file

35 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Creating a Workbook Based on an Existing Template Templates provide commonly used worksheet formats

36 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Creating a Workbook Based on an Existing Template

37 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Creating a Custom Workbook Template Build the workbook with all necessary labels, formatting, and data; then save the workbook as a template

38 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Creating a New Workbook from a Template

39 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Using the Excel Web App and SkyDrive Office Web Apps – Web-based versions of Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and OneNote – Allow you to create, view, and edit Office files directly from a Web browser, and share files and collaborate with other users online – Are part of Windows Live, a collection of services and Web applications To save files to SkyDrive or use Office Web Apps, you need a Windows Live ID

40 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Saving a Workbook to SkyDrive

41 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Editing a Workbook with the Excel Web App Limited number of commands available

42 XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Excel Editing a Workbook with the Excel Web App


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