If you’ve needed to email a single worksheet out of a workbook, here’s a quicker way to do it instead of saving a copy and deleting what you don’t want to send. This tip works the same in every version of Excel I’ve used. (I’ve recorded a video demo below.)
- RIGHT-click on the tab of the worksheet you want to email (if you want to send more than one worksheet, hold down the Ctrl key and click each one).
- Click Move or Copy…
- Change the To book drop-down to (new book), then tick the Create a copy box, OK.
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