okay, So improved its video. You have seen how you can create a template.
Now there is just one more small thing regarding templates that you might find interesting.
And this is when you have created a template like we just did
and you want to create, use the template, you go to file,
and then you go to new
and you see here all these templates you have seen before.
But now you have this
hear selection which says personal.
And when you click on personal,
you get the mileage template.
So it's not saved in your usual
Ah, the file folder like documents, whatever. It's saved in a special folder,
which is meant for templates.
And when you want to start a new file, you just go here, you click on mileage template
and you open it. Now the thing is
that you can hump in it from the list,
and the other thing is like unlike those very nice predefined templates
with personal templates, you actually don't see the content, you just see the name.
So that's Ah, that's a little bit bad, but that's how it works in Excel. So when we click on this,
it will open our template
and then we can work on it. Ah, fill it for let's say, a month off
November and then we can start entering date. I'm not going to spend your time with it.
And then you click on file and save and you see here it gives you the regular choice. Ah, so it gives you automatically say veils and you can pick that stop and, uh,
click mileage. Uh,
now it's no longer
then played. It's ah
and then you came to save
and it saved, like mileage report, November 2019.
So this is all about templates in Excel.