When you create a new Excel file, it contains three worksheets — they show as small tabs at the bottom of a worksheet. Each tab has a name, like Sheet1, Sheet2, an so on. You can see the data stored on each worksheet by clicking the tab of the sheet you want to view.
Renaming a worksheet or changing the color of the worksheet's color makes it easier to organize and keep track of the data you've created.
Watch this GCFLearnFree.org® 3-minute video tutorial to learn how to:
- rename and add color to worksheet tabs, and
- add, delete, copy, and move worksheets
Use Excel 2007? Watch this video tutorial instead:
If you prefer step-by-step screenshots, use these resources instead:
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