How to Make Pages in MS Excel

by Christopher Hanson

Provided in the Microsoft Office suite of programs, Excel is a spreadsheet program that allows you to create multiple pages. You can than use the information from one page on another or simply hold pages of relevant information together in a single workbook. Excel refers to these pages as "worksheets." There are several methods for inserting new worksheets. Each method is targeted at a specific user style.

Create New Pages Via the Menu Bar

1

Click "Start," "All Programs," "Microsoft Office Suite" and "Excel."

2

Click "File" and "New."

3

Click "Insert" and "Worksheet."

4

Click "File" and "Save." Enter a name for the project, and then click "Save."

Create New Pages Via the Tab Bar

1

Click "Start," "All Programs," "Microsoft Office Suite" and "Excel."

2

Press "Ctrl" and "N" simultaneously to create a new workbook.

3

Place the mouse over the worksheet tab. Right-click and select "Insert" and then "New worksheet."

4

Press "Ctrl" and "S" simultaneously to save the project.

Create Multiple Pages Simultaneously

1

Click "Start," "All Programs," "Microsoft Office Suite" and "Excel."

2

Click "File" and "New."

3

Select existing worksheet tabs. The limit on multiple sheets is the number of sheets already contained in the spreadsheet. Press and hold "Shift," and select the tabs for the number of sheets to be created. Click "Insert" and "Worksheet."

4

Click "File" and "Save." Enter a name for the project, and then click "Save."

About the Author

Chris Hanson started writing music, lyrics, and poetry in 2001 and began writing fiction and nonfiction professionally in 2006. Hanson was first published in the "Grand Forks Herald" in 2004. Hanson is an experienced Web programmer with experience with several operating systems and Web protocols. He completed his Bachelor of Arts in anthropology at the University of Minnesota in just three years.

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