Adding sheets to a spreadsheet

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How do I replicate a monthly table for each month?


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To replicate a monthly table for each month in Excel, you can use Excel's built-in features to duplicate and create sheets for each month. Here is a step-by-step guide:

Step 1: Create the Initial Monthly Table

  1. Open Excel and create the initial monthly table for the first month (e.g., January) in a worksheet.
  2. Format and structure this table as you need, including headers, data, and calculations.

Step 2: Duplicate the Monthly Table for Other Months

  1. After creating the initial monthly table, right-click on the sheet tab at the bottom for that month (e.g., "January") and select "Move or Copy."
  2. In the "Move or Copy" dialog box, select "Create a copy" and choose where you want to place the copy. You can choose to place it at the end of the current sheets or before/after a specific sheet.
  3. Click "OK" to create a copy of the January sheet. You can rename this copy to "February" by right-clicking on its sheet tab and selecting "Rename."
  4. Modify the data in the "February" sheet to reflect the data for February.
  5. Repeat steps 1 to 4 for each subsequent month, creating a new copy of the previous month's sheet and renaming it accordingly (e.g., March, April, etc.).

Step 3: Modify Data for Each Month

For each month's sheet, make sure to modify the data, calculations, and content to match the specific month. You can also adjust formatting and styles as needed.

By following these steps, you will have a separate worksheet for each month, and you can enter data and perform calculations for each month independently.

Additionally, if you want to create sheets for future months (e.g., for the entire year), you can use the same "Move or Copy" process to duplicate and rename sheets for those months as well.

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