In this article, you will learn with pictures how to quickly copy worksheets in Excel.
While working in an Excel workbook, you may sometimes want to copy information or the formatting style from one tab to another. In such cases, it is easier to duplicate the sheet instead of starting from a blank sheet.
Step 1: Select the spreadsheet (which you wish to create a copy of)
Step 2: Right-click and select the ‘Move or Copy’ option
Step 3: Under ‘To book:’ the current workbook will be selected by default (which means the copy will be created in the same Excel workbook).
In case you want the copy to be created in another workbook (ensure this workbook is also open in Excel), select the workbook name from the drop down menu.
Step 4: Under ‘Before sheet:’ select the sheet to the left of which you want to add the duplicate sheet or select ‘(move to end)’ to add the duplicate sheet as the last sheet.
Step 5: Checkbox the ‘Create a copy’ option
Step 6: Click on ‘OK’
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Learn how to do this step-by-step in the video below 👇