Create Project from a Blank Microsoft Excel 2013 Workbook
Edited by Alexander Avdeev
Welcome to VisiHow! In this tutorial, we are going to start a new project by using a blank workbook in Microsoft Excel 2013. If you have never used Microsoft Excel 2013 before, then refer to http://visihow.com/Navigate_Microsoft_Excel_2013 to see the tutorial on how to familiarize yourself with the program.
- 2If the Microsoft Excel 2013 icon cannot be found on the taskbar, simply go to the search function on the operating system.For Windows 8 and Windows 8.1, move the cursor to the right side of the desktop and click "Search". For Windows 7, click the start button. Then, type "excel" to find Microsoft Excel 2013.Advertisement
- 7Let's review the white section.In the white portion on the screen, there is an assortment of templates. One of the good features of the Microsoft Office is that these templates can be chosen, which is an advantage for a beginner or for a person who is in a hurry. Choose and create a template by clicking one of the templates. After that, data can be filled into the template, replacing the generic information that has been put into the template by default.
- 8If the template that serves the required purpose is not immediately on the screen, then a search can be performed in the upper section of the area right under the search bar.It is also possible to type something specific in the search bar at the top and then click on the magnifying glass icon to bring up the found templates. For the purpose of the tutorial, a blank workbook template is required.
- 10Start the project by naming and saving the workbook.Not doing so may cause problems in the future. To check this problem off the list, save the workbook. There are several ways to do it. The first is to click the "Save" icon at the top in the quick access toolbar. The icon looks like a floppy disc. Click the icon. The option to save it will be automatically given as the file has not been saved before.
- 38Save the workbook.The "skeleton" workbook part with the basic figures for the sales has been created. The data that the document has can be altered, visually and mathematically analyzed, or formatted. Formatting the data visually will make them look more representative of the original idea.Advertisement
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