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Recovering the lost sheet


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Dear all experts,

I have a question related to microsoft excel.

Suppose i am working on various sheets of MS Excel, i wanted to change the tab colour of sheet but mistakenly i deleted that sheet. Now that my sheet is gone, i cant even undo it, because undo doesnt works here. If i save that .. the sheet will be gone ... and if i dont save that .. my work which i have updated after the last save will be gone ... is there anyway i can undo my mistake ? i mean recover my lost sheet ?

I will be very glad if anyone help me in that

regards
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How about File > Save As

Name the current workbook as a different name - you should then be able to load the original workbook with the 'lost' worksheet.
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thanks, i know that .. but is there any option in excel for .. undoing that ?

by clicking the delete ... excel doesn't even warn that it will delete the sheet .. it just deletes the sheet immediately
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Well, if you've saved the workbook since deleting the sheet... you've lost it!
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thanks .. if anyone have any other suggestion or idea or thought .. please let me know
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