Setting workbook properties


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Setting workbook properties

When you create an Excel workbook, the program records your username, the date and time you created the file, and when the file was last modified. These bits of information are called properties. If you use Excel at work, you'll probably run into situations where you're on vacation and one of your colleagues needs to find a file that contains data for a project. When you store your files on a server, you can assign values to properties that make it easier for you and your colleagues to find the files related to a project. To open the Properties dialog, you click the File menu header, which is here on the menu bar, and then all the way to the bottom of the list you click Properties.

On the Summary page of the Properties dialog, you can enter in an item, such as a title for your workbook. So let's say that you wanted to call it 'Warehouse Capacity.' And all of these properties are optional; you don't have to enter any of them. And we'll change the name of the Com...

Setting workbook properties
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Setting workbook properties provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Curt Frye as part of the Excel for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Excel for Mac
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