Have you ever had more than 10 workbooks opened at the same time?
Did you spend too much time to close them all one by one? If so, you will love this simple trick to close all workbooks simultaneously!
The trick is to hold Shift key while clicking the “X” on any opened workbook.
Let’s watch it in action:
p.s. Remember to save changes to your work before closing. 😉
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