What is a Workbook in Microsoft Excel?

Here, we are going to learn about the Microsoft Excel Workbook and different ways to create a new Workbook in Microsoft Excel.
Submitted by Abhay Bhadoria, on February 16, 2021

Workbook

A workbook is an MS Excel file that contains one or more worksheets. This is called a book because it is a group of many worksheets that may be treated as book pages. In a workbook, we can store so many records or organize data.

Workbook

Fig 1: An Example of Workbook

Different ways to create a Workbook

We can create a new workbook in MS excel using following ways –

Method 1:

  • Click on the Start Button.
  • Go to All ProgramsAccessoriesMicrosoft OfficeMicrosoft Excel
  • Microsoft Excel will be opened with a default Workbook book named "book1".

Method 2:

  • Open Run from Start Button or Press "CTRL+R" to open Run dialog box.
  • Type "excel" and press Enter.

    Workbook (1)

  • Microsoft Excel will be opened with a default Workbook book named "book1".

Method 3 (Windows 10):

  • Type "excel" in Search Box on the Taskbar.
  • If Microsoft Office is installed, Excel icon will be appeared, click on it.

    Workbook (2)

  • Microsoft Excel will be opened, click on Blank workbook, a default Workbook book named "book1" will be opened.

    Workbook (3)

Method 4:

  • Right Click on the Desktop, a list (right-click menus) will appear.
  • Go to the New and Click on the Microsoft Excel Worksheet.

    Workbook (4)

  • Microsoft Excel will be opened with a default Workbook book named "book1".




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