Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Office Mobile - Excel (part 8) - Accessing Charts and Sheets, Saving a Spreadsheet

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Accessing Charts and Sheets

In desktop versions of Microsoft Excel, a single workbook can contain multiple sheets, which are accessible through tabs at the bottom of the screen. Excel Mobile also supports the use of multiple sheets, but the tabs do not exist. If you want to access alternate sheets (or charts, which are saved as separate sheets), follow these steps:

1. Tap the Sheets icon.


2. Tap the name of the sheet or chart you want to view.


Saving a Spreadsheet

You can save your spreadsheet at any time by completing these steps:

1. Tap an empty cell within the spreadsheet.

2. Tap the Menu icon.

3. Scroll to and then tap either Save or Save As.


4. If prompted, enter a filename.

5. Tap the Save To field and choose the destination where you want to save the file.

6. Tap Save.

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