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Is it possible to include an additional set of worksheets (i.e. "tabs") into an already existing worksheet in Excel?

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Posted in stackoverflow, not a programming question. – marto Jun 25 '11 at 9:32

Yes - 2 simple ways:

  1. Right click any tab and select Insert... and then select Worksheet
  2. From the menu bar select Insert and then Worksheet

As per the comment made to your initial post these sorts of questions are better asked on

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Thanks for your answer.. but I made a mistake in the my question. I mean - is it possible to add set of worksheets into the worksheet ? The second level I mean. – Alex Jun 25 '11 at 9:51
As far as I know you cannot nest worksheets within a worksheet. You can add worksheets from one workbook into another workbook - is this what you need? – Remnant Jun 25 '11 at 10:01
You can embed an Excel workbook (ie a 'set of worksheets') into another as an object (Insert -> Object ...), but what is the point? Maybe you should explain what is your goal. – Uros Calakovic Jun 25 '11 at 14:53

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