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Chapter 10. Managing Files > Opening a New Document

Opening a New Document

When you start Excel, the program opens with a blank workbook titled Book1. A workbook can contain one or more sheets of varying types. You can have, for example, worksheets, chart sheets, MS Excel 4.0 Macro sheets, and MS Excel 5.0 Dialog sheets combined in a single workbook. The default workbook that appears when you open Excel contains three worksheets. If you want, you can change the default number of worksheets contained in a new workbook (see Chapter 9, "Reorganizing Workbooks and Sheets"). A file in Excel is the same as a workbook, so when you save or open a file in Excel, you are saving or opening a single workbook that may contain many sheets.


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