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Excel worksheets are often included in many different kinds of documents. They can be used for an array of tasks, such as analyzing data, preparation of reports and presentations, organizing projects, and more. When you write a new Excel table view layout sheet, it is useful to insert the worksheet in the active table view so that it appears at the top. However, if you open another table view with other sheets already open or even if you switch to another tab in Excel than what you should close first (like a different workbook or a different workbook from which you opened this one), the old worksheet will not be "disappeared" from the active table view. In most cases, if your intent is to delete this old sheet from the active workbook's worksheet range unless there.

In the MS Word, there is a function called "Inserting Excel" which allows users to insert Excel worksheets right into MS Office. This is a very useful feature for many people because it allows them to work on spreadsheets while still being able to read and write in MS Word.Many people use Excel in their word processing applications and they often do not know how to embed it. The problem with this function is that it does not allow you to add formula or charts. This causes a few problems when a user wants to add some formulas or charts into the worksheet so they can easily create reports from it. They have no choice but to use another method of adding formulas on the fly rather than using this function.

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