Opening, Saving & Converting Excel 2010 Workbooks

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How to Save an Excel 2010 Workbook as a PDF or XPS File

Microsoft Excel 2010 lets you save your workbook files directly in the PDF (Portable Document Format) or XPS (XML Paper Specification) file format. These formats enable people to open and print your Excel [more…]

How to Create a New Workbook in Excel 2010

If you’re working in Microsoft Excel 2010 and want to begin work in a new Excel workbook file, you can easily create a new workbook. To do so, you can use a command on the File tab or a keyboard shortcut [more…]

How to Change the Default File Location in Excel 2010

When you first start using Microsoft Excel 2010, Excel wants to save files in the Documents (Windows 7 or Vista) or the My Documents folder (Windows XP) under your user name on your hard drive. So, for [more…]

How to Save an Excel 2010 Workbook

As you work in Microsoft Excel 2010, remember to save your work often or you risk losing your data if the computer crashes or the power goes out. When you save an Excel workbook for the first time, you [more…]

How to Open an Existing Workbook in Excel 2010

You use the Open dialog box in Office Excel 2010 to open an existing workbook. The appearance and functionality of the Open dialog box differs slightly depending on whether you're running Excel 2010 on [more…]

Document Recovery in Excel 2010

Excel 2010 offers a document recovery feature that can help you if your computer crashes due to a power failure or an operating system freeze or shutdown. Excel's AutoRecover feature saves your workbooks [more…]

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