Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Saving workbooks, part of Office 365: Learning Excel.
- As you continue to add data,…formulas and functions to your worksheets,…it's important to save your changes.…If something were to go wrong, like a…power outage, a disk crash,…you don't want to have to redo your work.…So saving often is a good idea.…We're going to talk about saving…in this movie, as we continue with our…Landon Hotels revenue sheet we've been building.…As you can see, I've added some more numbers…here, for each of the months and…if you want to add those yourself, go ahead,…or just go to the Chapter1 folder of your Exercise Files…and open up RH_revenues0107.xlsx, then you'll have…exactly what I have.…
Now, as you add content and make changes…to your worksheet, you can be updating those changes…on the fly.…Let's go down to the formula here in cell E11,…just click in that cell.…You can see it's a SUM formula from the numbers up above.…We're going to go down to the handle…in the bottom corner of that cell,…when we see our mouse pointer turn to the black cross,…click and drag all the way across,…so that we're copying that formula right through…
- What is Excel?
- Creating and saving workbooks
- Adding formulas and functions
- Using AutoFill
- Formatting, text, numbers, dates, and times
- Merging cells
- Inserting charts and pictures
- Sharing and printing workbooks
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 04/24/2017. What changed?
A: The following topic was updated: sharing workbooks using online options.