In this article, you will learn how to copy a worksheet in Google Sheets.
If you want to copy a worksheet into a file do the following:
If you want to copy a worksheet to another file (new or existing one):
Google Sheets does not have a function to create a specific number of copies of a sheet. So, if you want to create three copies of the sheet, you need to repeat the above steps three times. Or, after you make a copy of a sheet, you can choose the original and the copied ones, and duplicate them at a time. To copy multiple sheets simultaneously, click the first tab and left-click the second one while holding down the Ctrl key, and select “Duplicate” in a pop-up menu. This action gives you two more copied sheets.
These three articles are helpful if you are a beginner and need to learn how to insert and remove a tab or move to a different worksheet in a file.
The following three articles are beneficial when you have many worksheets in a file and want to make them neat or highlight specific tabs.
You can learn about other Google Sheets formulas and tips that are not mentioned here on this page: LiveFlow‘s How to Guides
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Learn how to do this step-by-step in the video below 👇