Ms Excel- Save & Open Files

February 10, 2008 at 7:07 pm Leave a comment

Saving and Opening Workbook Files

A workbook file is saved with the File|Save command or with the file save tool (). If you are working with a new file, Windows will open the normal Save dialog box enabling you to specify a folder and a name for the file. Windows will add the Excel extension XLS to the filename. If the file had been previously named, a save command will save the file with no dialog box.


You may experience problems saving an Excel file on a floppy disk. This can be avoided by working with a file saved on the hard drive. You can then use Windows Explorer or MyComputer to transfer the completed file to a floppy disc.


A file may be opened with the File|Open command or with the file open tool(). Windows opens a dialog box to enable you to specify the folder from which the file is to be opened.


Menyimpan dan Membuka File Workbook

File Workbook disimpan dengan menggunakan perintah File|Save atau ( )/tool simpan. Jika kita sedang mengerjakan file baru, maka Windos akan membuka kotak Save dialog yang membuat kita dapat menentukan folder atau directory dan nama file yang akan kita simpan. Windows akan menambahkan ekstensi nama file XLS pada nama file. Jika kita telah pernah menyimpan, maka perintah simpan akan menyimpan file tanpa menampilkan kota dialog.

Jangan menggunakan floppy disk atau USB sebagai media bekerja karena sering rusak. Cara menghindarinya adalah menyimpan pekerjaan kita ke hard drive dulu. Lalu gunakan Windows Explorer atau MyComputer untuk mentransfer file yang telah dikerjakan ke floppy disc atau USB.


Sebuah file dapat dibuka dengan menggunakan perintah File|Open atau tool open file (). Windows opens a dialog box to enable you to specify the folder from which the file is to be opened.



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