When working with spreadsheets you may want to use the same layout or design. You can re-create the design every time you want to use it, or you can create a template.
Yes, it's Excel template...
You can create templates for workbooks and worksheets. The default template for workbooks is called Book.xlt. The default template for worksheets is called Sheet.xlt.
Creating templates can include the following elements:
To create a template
To use a template
Note: In the Spreadsheet Solutions tab, you can see 5 templates available. Most of the times you need to use the Microsoft Office CD in order to install the features and use it.
Note: Excel 2003 allows you to access additional templates on the Microsoft Office website (required Internet connection). Just click on the Templates on Office Online link in the New Workbook pane, and you will be directed to the website and search for the template that you need.
To download different types of free excel templates,
Template vs StyleWhat is the different between Excel template and Excel style?
Style is a collection of cell formatting information such as font size, patterns, alignment, etc that you can define and save as a group.
If formatting information is assigned to cells using styles it is possible to easily update the appearance of a sheet by modifying the styles.
Excel comes with a number of styles pre-defined, by default all cells have the Normal style assigned to them. It is possible to copy styles from one Workbook to another.
To create a style
To apply a style
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