How can you create a new worksheet in Excel?

a) Right-click on a cell and select “New Worksheet”

b) Click the “New Worksheet” button on the ribbon

c) Press Ctrl+N

d) None of the above

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b) Click the “New Worksheet” button on the ribbon

To create a new worksheet in Excel, follow these steps:

Open your Excel workbook:

    • If you don’t have an existing workbook, open Excel and create a new one by clicking “File” or “Office” (depending on your Excel version) and then selecting “New” or “Blank Workbook.”

Navigate to the worksheet tab:

    • In the bottom part of the Excel window, you will see a tab bar with the existing worksheet names (e.g., Sheet1, Sheet2, Sheet3). Click on the worksheet tab that is next to where you want to insert the new worksheet. For example, if you want to add a new worksheet after “Sheet2,” click on the “Sheet2” tab.

Insert a new worksheet:

  • Right-click on the selected worksheet tab, and a context menu will appear.
  • In the context menu, select “Insert” to open a submenu. From there, choose “Worksheet.”

Rename the new worksheet (optional)

    • By default, the new worksheet will be named “Sheet4” (or the next available number in the sequence). You can double-click on the tab name to edit and rename it to something more meaningful for your data.

That’s it! You’ve created a new worksheet in Excel. You can now start entering data, formulas, or performing any necessary tasks in the new worksheet.