Answer: When you create a new document in Excel 2010, your spreadsheet will automatically be created with three worksheets called Sheet1, Sheet2, and Sheet3. If you can, then see if you can add more after you've deleted a few. For everyone else, when you click on the Protect Workbook button, a dialog will pop up, with two check boxes. If you do not see any worksheet tabs there, then they may be hidden. Sometimes you'll encounter a spreadsheet that doesn't allow you to insert a new column. I was having a similar problem. Copying just the data to a new worksheet should fix it, but a quicker fix is to scroll down to the bottom of the data.
I also cannot see any hidden cells on either spreadsheet. In many cells I had comments, I discovered that although the comments were linked to a specific cell, you could move them and they could be anyplace on the spreadsheet. What and where is the Microsoft Backstage Button? Then I deleted the earliest 24 columns in my current workbook, and this allowed me another 24 columns to use. The Comment is an Object and using default protection this feature becomes locked. Further, let's assume our data goes down to row 28. The other 3 workbooks are basically clones of each other.
What most often causes the problem where Excel can't insert is formatting. No matter what I do I can't delete this useless expanse of columns. I kept twisting my head about it until I saw this webpage and dug deeper. So, if you haven't already I would do a quick check: For each worksheet click into a cell and press ctrl + end on your keyboard. Final Conclusion: Instead of formatting entire rows or columns for specific data like date, currency or accounting etc.
So both sheets 1 and 10 were selected. For example, if you want to add three new worksheets, select three sheet tabs of existing worksheets. You can view all of the sheet names as tabs along the bottom of the document. It very easily can be the case when you create a table from selected columns. When you try, it will give you the following error: To prevent possible loss of data, Excel cannot shift nonblank cells off of the worksheet. All contents Copyright 1998-2018 by MrExcel Publishing.
If you select the entire column s before making a table, this error will always occur. Additionally, you can add a new worksheet by right-clicking any of the worksheet tabs at the bottom of the window, then selecting the Insert option. To cancel a selection of multiple worksheets in a workbook, click any unselected worksheet. This may work without the removal of printers but i didn't try that first, but it may be worth trying. This is an oversite with Excel 2010. Finally I tried to select sheet 1 with destinationWorksheets. Thanks Graham2114 wrote:For each worksheet click into a cell and press ctrl + end on your keyboard.
If you mean 2010 then your in luck because you can apply sheet protection and allow the editing of objects near the bottom of the list. Not the answer you're looking for? So I do that immediately after I open the workbook and that fixed the. Whatever cell is now selected is where Excel considers the last piece of data to be on the sheet check it's not somewhere ridiculous. You can navigate between these worksheets by clicking the different tabs at the bottom of the Excel window. However, I eventually found a solution that did work. If you would prefer to add a new worksheet through the navigational ribbon at the top of the Excel window, click the Home tab at the top of the window, Then click the Insert button in the Cells section of the ribbon, and then click the Insert Sheet option. Usually I would see commands such as insert.
Just put your cursor in A1 and you should have the Table menus I described. You've seen the file level password to open or password to modify. Formatted cells are the same as data when it comes to insertions. Wants, to, Learn wrote: I have created a spreadsheet with certain cells that are unlocked, through use of format cells, protection, then no check box on locked. The problem may be that the workbook is protected. The only difference between them is the data inventory that is recorded in each.
Do it like this: Excel 2010. About the author: David H. None of the workbooks have passwords but all are protected without a password. Nothing changed, as it is the same location and same file name. When I went to print preview the chart was absent, then I noticed my default printer was offline.
Hold the Shift key and hit end + down, then end + right. You may have to before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. I would try to add or delete rows or columns and got a message similar to what you had. Repeated three times to make completely sure I'd done it right. With the cursor still on that line, hit Enter. I had the same problem and tried everything suggested above. In theses case office is not able to make a print prview of the chart.