Step by step exercise. Working with files (II).
Step by step exercise.
We will now recuperate it using the toolbar.
21 Click on the open button on the toolbar.
22 Recuperate the Tests book using the method we have just explained.
We will continue working with the book.
23 Write We are ending the exercise in cell A8.
24 Close the book by using the close button on the menu bar.
A dialog box will appear, advising us of a modification performed on the book without being saved.
25 Click on the Yes button to save the changes.
26 Recuperate the book again by clicking on the open button on the toolbar.
Observe how the text introduced appears in cell A8.
Let's suppose now that we want to start a new workbook.
27 Select the File menu.
28 Select the New... option.
The task pane will appear with the New Worbook bar.
29 Click on the Blank workbook link on the lower bar.
Another empty book will appear on the screen, and if we look at the provisional name it will surely be Book2. This does not mean that our previous work has been erased nor that the book is closed, but rather it is still open beneath the empty book.
30 Close book2 with the close button on the menu bar.
Observe how our work reappears.
We will start another book using the toolbar.
31 Click on the new button on the toolbar.
The empty book will automatically appear, which will surely be called Book3.
32 Write Another test in cell B2.
33 Close book3 with the close button on the menu bar.
As something was written and not saved the warning box will appear.
34 Click on the No button to not save the changes made.
Our Test book appears again on the screen and we will have lost the last event.
35 Close the Tests book with the close button on the menu bar.
Surely no book will appear and the screen will have a grey colour.
36 In the case of having another book open, close it.
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