Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with multiple worksheets simultaneously, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Instructor] It's not uncommon to have a workbook…with different worksheets in it.…And it's also not uncommon to, from time to time,…want to copy data from one worksheet to another.…Or sometimes to write a formula in one worksheet…that gets data out of another worksheet.…I've got a workbook opened on my screen.…It's got four separate sheets in it.…They happen to be identical in terms of layout.…Now that's not a prerequisite for being able to…see the different sheets at the same time.…But if they do have identical layouts, sometimes…we might want to make changes to all of them…at the same time.…
It's not terribly important here that I do this…but I've decided that I want an empty row…between what is currently Row seven and Row eight.…And rather than doing that four times…I want to do it all at once.…So, New York is currently the active sheet.…I'm going to hold down the Shift key and click…the California sheet.…And all four sheets are selected.…If I only wanted to do this with two sheets…for example, Texas and New York…
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