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Often it is necessary to move a worksheet from one place to another in the same workbook. Excel makes this easy by following these steps:
Figure 1. The Move or Copy dialog box.
You can also move worksheets by simply clicking on the worksheet tab and dragging it left or right. (Don't forget that "dragging" is accomplished by holding down the mouse button as you move the mouse.) When you release the mouse button, the worksheet is moved to that location.
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