1 CHAPTER 7 How to work a workbook Managing multiple workbooks Opening multiple windows for the same workbook Hiding and protecting workbooks In early versions of Microsoft Excel, worksheets, charts, and macro sheets were stored as separate documents. Since Excel 5, however, all these types of data and more peacefully coexist in workbooks. You can keep as many worksheets containing as many different types of data as you want in a workbook, you can have more than one workbook open at the same time, and you can have more than one window open for the same workbook. The only limitations to these capabilities are those imposed by your computer s memory and system resources. Managing multiple workbooks This chapter describes how to protect workbooks, how to use more than one workbook at a time, and how and why to split your view of a workbook into multiple windows. Generally, when you start Microsoft Excel 2013, a blank workbook appears with the provisional title Book1. The only exceptions occur when you start Excel by opening an existing workbook or when you have one or more Excel files stored in the XLStart folder so that they open automatically. If you start Excel and then open an existing Excel file, Book1 disappears unless you edited it. You can open as many workbooks as you like until your computer runs out of memory. For more about working with multiple windows, see Opening multiple windows for the same workbook later in this chapter. For more information about the XLStart folder, see Opening files when you start Excel in Chapter 2, Exploring Excel fundamentals. Navigating between open workbooks If you have more than one workbook open, you can activate a particular workbook in any of the following ways: Click its window, if you can see it. Press Alt+Tab, which activates the next open window (including any non-excel windows you have open). 173
2 174 How to work a workbook If you have all your workbook windows maximized, you can shuffle through the open workbooks by pressing Ctrl+Tab to activate each workbook in the order you opened them. Press Shift+Ctrl+Tab to activate them in reverse order. On the View tab on the ribbon, click a window name on the Switch Windows menu, which lists as many as nine open workbooks or, if you have more than nine open, displays a More Workbooks command that presents a dialog box listing all the open workbooks. Arranging workbook windows To make all open workbooks visible at the same time, click the View tab and click Arrange All. Excel displays the Arrange Windows dialog box, shown in Figure 7-1, which also shows the workbooks arranged in the Tiled configuration with the screen divided into a patchwork of open documents. Figure 7-2 shows the same workbooks in the Horizontal configuration. You ll find the 2014Projections.xlsx, Humongous.xlsx, Team Sales.xlsx, Regional Sales.xlsx, and NorthwindSales.xlsx files with the other examples on the companion website. Figure 7-1 Clicking View, Arrange All opens the Arrange Windows dialog box, which gives you a choice of configurations. If you select the Windows Of Active Workbook check box in the Arrange Windows dialog box, only the active workbook is affected by the configuration setting, and then only if more than one window is open for the active workbook. Excel arranges those windows
3 Managing multiple workbooks 175 according to the option you select under Arrange in the Arrange Windows dialog box. This is handy if you have several workbooks open but have multiple windows open for one of them and want to arrange only these windows without closing the other workbooks. Note Note that the Save Workspace command, which used to be in the Window group on the View tab, is no longer available in Excel 2013, because of its new single document interface (SDI) behavior. For more information, see the Inside Out tip Microsoft and the SDI in Chapter 2. Figure 7-2 These windows are arranged in the Horizontal configuration. Note that in the horizontal configuration shown in Figure 7-2, Excel hides the ribbons automatically, which is handy, because you would see nothing but the ribbon in each workbook window if it didn t hide them. To reveal a ribbon, double-click the title bar of any of the workbooks. Note When you save a workbook, Excel also saves its characteristics, such as the window s size, position on the screen, and display settings. The next time you open the workbook, the window looks the same as it did the last time you saved it. When you open it, Excel even selects the same cells you had selected when you saved the file.
4 176 How to work a workbook Comparing worksheets side by side The Arrange All button on the View tab is extremely helpful if you need to compare the contents of two similar workbooks, but another feature makes this task even easier. The View Side By Side button essentially packages the Horizontal window arrangement option with a couple of useful features to make comparison chores a lot easier. The View Side By Side button lives in the Window group on the View tab; it is the top button located to the right of the New Window command, as shown in Figure 7-3. Figure 7-3 If more than two windows are open, select one in the Compare Side By Side dialog box. Note The ribbon on your screen might look different from what you see in this book. The ribbon s display adjusts to the size of your screen, its resolution, and the size of the Excel window. For example, the six buttons in the middle of the Window group on the View tab might or might not display adjacent text labels, depending on your screen s size and resolution and whether Excel is maximized. You can click the View Side By Side button to arrange any two open windows even if they are windows for the same workbook (as described in the next section). But unlike the Arrange button, View Side By Side performs its trick on no more or less than two windows. After you click the button, you see a Compare Side By Side dialog box like the one shown in Figure 7-3 if you have more than two windows open. If so, select the window you want
5 Managing multiple workbooks 177 to compare, and click OK; this opens the window and arranges it along with the window that was active when you clicked View Side By Side. (The button name is a little bit misleading because the windows are actually arranged horizontally not really side by side, but one above the other.) After you activate side-by-side mode, the two buttons below the View Side By Side button become active, as shown here and in Figure 7-4: The Synchronous Scrolling button locks the two windows together wherever they happen to be; when you scroll in any direction, the inactive window scrolls in an identical fashion. This action is activated automatically when you turn on the View Side By Side feature. The Reset Window Position button puts the active window on top, which is handy. The window that is active when you first click the View Side By Side button is the one that appears on top. If you want the other window on top, click anywhere in the other window, and then click the Reset Window Position button to place it in the top position. Figure 7-4 The Synchronous Scrolling button locks side-by-side window scrolling.
6 178 How to work a workbook The View Side By Side button is a toggle. To turn off side-by-side mode and return to Normal view, click the View Side By Side button again. Make sure you turn it off before moving on to other tasks to avoid some odd window behavior. Opening multiple windows for the same workbook Suppose you ve created a workbook like the one shown in Figure 7-5. You might want to monitor the cells on the summary worksheet while working on one of the other worksheets in the workbook. On the other hand, if you have a large worksheet, you might want to keep an eye on more than one area of the same worksheet at the same time. To perform either of these tasks, you can open a second window for the workbook by clicking New Window on the View tab. Figure 7-5 We want to view the summary worksheet while working on a supporting worksheet in the same workbook. To view both windows on your screen, click View, Arrange All and then select any of the Arrange options except Cascade. If you select the Cascade option, you ll be able to view only the top worksheet in the stack. If you select the Horizontal option, your screen looks similar to the one in Figure 7-6. You might notice that Excel assigned the name NorthwindSales.xlsx:2 to the new workbook window. In addition, it changed the name of the original workbook window to NorthwindSales.xlsx:1. NorthwindSales.xlsx:2 now becomes the active window, and as such, it s positioned on top.
7 Opening multiple windows for the same workbook 179 Figure 7-6 After clicking the New Window button to open a second window for the same workbook, select an Arrange option to fit both windows on the screen simultaneously. Note Again, if other workbooks are open, but you want to view only the windows of the active workbook, select the Windows Of Active Workbook check box in the Arrange Windows dialog box. You can view any part of the workbook in any window associated with that workbook. In Figure 7-6, NorthwindSales.xlsx:2 originally displayed the summary worksheet when we first created it, because that was the active worksheet when we clicked the New Window button. Then we clicked the Brass tab in the new window, leaving the summary worksheet visible in NorthwindSales.xlsx:1. Useful inconsistencies of new windows When you create multiple windows of the same workbook, anything you do in one window happens in all windows almost. New entries; formatting changes; inserting or deleting rows, columns, or worksheets; and just about any other editing changes are reflected in the windows. Display characteristics or views are not. This means that you can zoom in or out and change anything in the Workbook Views and Zoom groups on the View tab as well as use the Split and Freeze Panes commands. View adjustments affect only the active window. You can also click the File tab, click Options, select the Advanced category, and then
8 180 How to work a workbook change the settings in the two Display Options sections: Display Options For This Workbook and Display Options For This Worksheet. You can apply these options differently to windows of the same workbook. Just select the name of the window you want to change in the drop-down list, as shown in Figure 7-7. Figure 7-7 You can change the display characteristics of one window without affecting the other. Figure 7-8 shows a somewhat exaggerated example of worksheet auditing. Formulas are displayed in NorthwindSales.xlsx:1; the worksheet is zoomed in, the ribbon is collapsed; and the formula bar, row and column headings, and gridlines are removed all in an effort to review the formulas in the summary worksheet to make sure they refer to the proper cells. You can use this technique to audit your worksheets. If you create a view like NorthwindSales.xlsx:1 in Figure 7-8 and want to be able to recreate it in the future, click the Custom Views button in the Workbook Views group on the View tab to save it. If you want to be able to re-create the entire workspace, including additional windows and their view settings, click the Save Workspace button in the Window group on the View tab.
9 Opening multiple windows for the same workbook 181 Figure 7-8 You can radically change view options in one window while maintaining a regular view of the same worksheet in another window. For more information about custom views, see Using custom views in Chapter 6, How to work a worksheet. For more information about the auditing features in Excel, see Auditing and documenting worksheets in Chapter 8, Worksheet editing techniques. For more information about formulas, see Chapter 12, Building formulas. INSIDE OUT Close the default settings window last When you have two windows open in the same workbook and then close one of them, the number of the open window isn t important, but the view settings are. In the example shown in Figure 7-8, if you finish your work and close NorthwindSales.xlsx:2, the modified view settings in NorthwindSales.xlsx:1 become the active view for the workbook. If you then save the workbook, you also save the modified view settings. Be sure you close the windows with view settings you don t want to keep before you close the one with the settings you want to use as the default don t worry about the window number.
10 182 How to work a workbook Hiding and protecting workbooks Sometimes you might want to keep certain information out of sight or protect it from inadvertent modification. You can conceal and protect your data by hiding windows, workbooks, or individual worksheets from view. For information about protecting individual cells, see Protecting worksheets in Chapter 6. Hiding workbooks At times, you might need to keep a workbook open so that you can access the information it contains, but you don t want it to be visible, either for convenience or for security. When several open workbooks clutter your workspace, you can click the Hide button on the View tab to conceal some of them. Excel can still work with the information in the hidden workbooks, but they don t take up space on your screen, and their file names don t appear in the Switch Windows menu on the View tab. To hide a workbook, activate it and then click View, Hide. Excel removes the workbook from view, but the workbook remains open and available in the workspace. To bring the hidden workbook into view, click View, Unhide, and then select the name of the hidden workbook. The Unhide command is available only when you have a workbook hidden. The Unhide dialog box, shown in Figure 7-9, lists all the hidden workbooks. Figure 7-9 The Unhide dialog box lists all the workbooks you currently have hidden.
11 Hiding and protecting workbooks 183 Clicking the Hide button conceals any open window. However, if you have multiple windows open for the same workbook, clicking the Hide button hides only the active window. The entire workbook isn t hidden. For more information, see Opening multiple windows for the same workbook earlier in this chapter. TROUBLESHOOTING Nothing happens when I try to open a workbook If, when you try to open a workbook, you don t see any error messages or dialog boxes but the workbook doesn t appear to open, the window was probably hidden when the workbook was last saved. The workbook is actually open; you just can t see it. If, in a previous Excel session, you clicked the Hide button on the View tab and then forgot about the hidden window when you exited Excel, you probably saw a message like Do you want to save changes you made to Book1? This refers to the hidden file the change you made was the act of hiding it. The next time you open the file, it appears that nothing has happened, but if you look at the View tab, the Unhide button is active, which happens only when a hidden window is open in the workspace. Click the Unhide button, select the file name to make it visible once again, and then save it before exiting Excel. Protecting workbooks Protecting a workbook not only prevents changes to the complement of worksheets contained in the workbook, but it can also prevent modifications to the way the workbook windows are displayed. To protect a workbook, click the Review tab, and click Protect Workbook to display the dialog box shown in Figure Figure 7-10 Clicking Review, Protect Workbook helps insulate your workbooks from inadvertent modification.
12 184 How to work a workbook Selecting the Structure check box prevents any changes to the position, the name, and the hidden or unhidden status of the worksheets in the active workbook. When you select the Windows option, the workbook s windows cannot be closed, hidden, unhidden, resized, or moved in fact, the Minimize, Maximize, and Close buttons disappear. This does not mean you cannot close the workbook; you can still click the File tab and then click Close. However, if you have more than one window open for the workbook, you cannot close any of them individually. These settings take effect immediately. This command is a toggle you can turn protection off by clicking Protect Workbook again. If protection has been activated, the Protect Workbook command button is highlighted, or depressed. If you specify a password in the Protect Structure And Windows dialog box, Excel prompts you to supply that password before it turns off worksheet protection. Encrypting workbooks You can provide another level of security for your workbooks by adding encryption. Encryption goes beyond simple password protection by digitally obscuring information to make it unreadable without the proper key to decode it. (Therefore, encrypted workbooks can be opened only by Excel.) You apply encryption by clicking the File tab, Info, Protect Workbook, Encrypt With Password. This displays a dialog box that prompts you for a password, as shown in Figure 7-11, and then redisplays itself to confirm the password. Figure 7-11 Applying a password to encrypt a workbook also turns on protection of the workbook structure. After encryption, you need the password to open the workbook again; the Protect Structure And Windows dialog box (shown in Figure 7-10) also uses this password to protect the workbook structure. Even if you turn off workbook protection, encryption is still active until you turn it off by clicking the Encrypt Document command again and removing the password from the Encrypt Document dialog box.
13 Hiding and protecting workbooks 185 Saving workbooks or windows as hidden Sometimes you might want to hide a particular workbook, perhaps even to prevent others from opening and viewing its sensitive contents in your absence. If so, you can save the workbook as hidden. A hidden workbook is not visible when it s opened. You can save a workbook as hidden by following these steps: 1. Close all open workbooks other than the one you want to hide, and then click View, Hide. 2. Exit Excel. 3. When a message appears asking whether you want to save changes to the workbook, click Save. The next time the workbook opens, its contents are hidden. To ensure that it cannot be unhidden by others, you might want to assign a password by clicking Review, Protect Workbook before hiding and saving the workbook. Hiding worksheets If you want to hide a particular worksheet in a workbook, click the Home tab, and in the Cells group, click Format. On the menu that appears, click Hide & Unhide, and then click Hide Sheet. When you do so, the active worksheet no longer appears in the workbook. To unhide a hidden worksheet, click Unhide Sheet on the same menu. This command becomes active after you have hidden a worksheet. The Unhide dialog box for worksheets is almost identical to the Unhide dialog box for workbooks shown in Figure 7-9. Select the worksheet you want to unhide, and then click OK. Marking as final When you need to share your finished workbooks with others rather than distribute them for collaboration, you might be interested in the Mark As Final command. Although anyone can still open a workbook that has been marked as final, the fact that you marked it as final helps your coworkers understand that it is a finished piece of work. Click the Info category on the File tab, and then click the Protect Workbook button to display the menu shown in Figure 7-12.
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