Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Saving spreadsheets, part of Numbers 3 Essential Training.
Voiceover: It's always important to save your work,…so in this movie we'll explore some save options…when working with Numbers,…and we'll continue working with this budget…that we imported from Excel.…We simply opened the Excel spreadsheet…and it became a Numbers spreadsheet.…You can see the title at the budget at the top,…KEcoBudget0202.…When you open up that file,…the XLSX version, as we did in the previous movie,…it's brought into Numbers and…needs to be saved as a numbers spreadsheet.…So let's go to the File menu,…and you'll notice that Save has the ellipses after it.…
Command S is the keyboard shortcut.…Now because it's brand new,…we just brought it in from Excel,…clicking Save is actually going…to show the Save As dialogue…where we can do things like change the name if we wanted to.…Let's just call it KEcoBudget2014…and we'll save to a different location,…like the desktop for example,…where it's easy to locate.…When we click Save, that's exactly where it's saved.…Notice now when we go to the File menu,…that Save no long has the ellipses,…
- Creating and laying out spreadsheets
- Importing data
- Working with tables
- Adding images to cells
- Performing calculations with formulas and functions
- Creating charts
- Formatting text and numbers
- Including audio, video, and shapes
- Designing templates
- Printing and sharing spreadsheets
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started with Numbers
2. Working with Spreadsheets
3. Working with Tables
4. Working with Table Styles
5. Using Formulas and Functions
6. Working with Charts
7. Working with Text and Numbers
8. Working with Objects
9. Creating Your Own Templates
10. Sharing Your Spreadsheets
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