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Default default sheet names

Hi,

Can we change the default sheet names in the workbook. The default sheet
names will be as Sheet1, Sheet2 & Sheet3.

Can I change this into cover1,cover2 & cover3.

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Igneshwara reddy

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Default default sheet names

You could create a workbook template named book.xlt and store it in your XLStart
folder. You can name the sheets whatever you want (and do other stuff, too --
print headers/footers/margins).

In xl2003, a new workbook will be created based on this workbook when you click
on the New Icon on the standard toolbar.

Igneshwara reddy wrote:

Hi,

Can we change the default sheet names in the workbook. The default sheet
names will be as Sheet1, Sheet2 & Sheet3.

Can I change this into cover1,cover2 & cover3.

Regards,
Igneshwara reddy


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