Exceed expectations records are called exercise manuals. At whatever point you begin another task in Excel, you’ll have to make another exercise manual. There are a few approaches to begin working with an exercise manual in Excel 2013. You can make another exercise manual—either with a clear exercise manual or a predesigned format—or open a current exercise manual.
To create a new blank workbook:
1. Select the File tab. Backstage view will show up.
2. Select New, at that point click Blank exercise manual.
3. Another clear exercise manual will show up.
To open a current exercise manual:
Notwithstanding making new exercise manuals, you’ll regularly need to open an exercise manual that was already spared. To take in more about sparing exercise manuals, visit our lesson on Saving and Sharing Workbooks.
1. Explore to Backstage view, at that point click Open.
2. Select Computer, at that point click Browse. On the other hand, you can pick OneDrive (beforehand known as SkyDrive) to open records put away on your OneDrive.
3. The Open exchange box will show up. Find and select your exercise manual, at that point click Open.
4. In the event that you’ve opened the coveted exercise manual as of late, you can peruse your Recent Workbooks instead of look for the record.
To pin a workbook:
1. Explore to Backstage view, at that point click Open. Your as of late altered exercise manuals will show up.
2. Drift the mouse over the exercise manual you need to stick. A pushpin symbol will show up alongside the exercise manual. Tap the pushpin symbol.
3. The exercise manual will remain in Recent Workbooks. To unfasten an exercise manual, basically tap the pushpin symbol once more.
4. You can likewise stick organizers to Backstage view for speedier access. From Backstage view, click Open, at that point find the envelope you need to stick and tap the pushpin symbol.
To convert a workbook:
If you want access to all of the Excel 2013 features, you can convert the workbook to the 2013 file format.
1. Click the File tab to access Backstage view.
2. Locate and select Convert command.
3. The Save As dialog box will appear. Select the location where you want to save the workbook, enter a file name for the presentation, and click Save.