In this article, we will learn How to save your workbook as a template in Excel.
Templates in Excel
Users who are working on excel for a long time get obsessed with the custom styles. For example creating excel files for all employees or same subtotal groups for all vendors. You wouldn't prefer doing on your own. So just save your first workbook as a template and Access it any time you want.
Save as template in Excel
Go to File > Save As > Enter workbook Name (File Name) > Excel Template ( Save As Type: select from the drop down list )
All of these might be confusing to understand. Let's understand how to use the function using an example. Here we have some sample workbook to save as template
Follow the steps
Complete your workbook and go to File > Save as. Now to save your work with a filename and Save as type: Excel Template as shown below.
This option enables you to save your workbook and access it with the same names under used templates.
Here are all the observational notes using the formula in Excel
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