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Inserting Additional Templates into a Workbook 1 Year, 3 Months ago Karma: 0  
With ExcelCalcs running I am unable to insert new sheets (tabs) into an existing workbook. If I delete the ExcelCalcs items in the spreadsheet it then allows me to insert another tab. Is this a known feature? In the past I have typically compiled calculations into a single .xls file (up to 50 separate sheets) for easy printing.
 
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Re:Inserting Additional Templates into a Workbook 1 Year, 3 Months ago Karma: 493  
There is absolutely no loss of functionality, including the ability to insert new worksheets (tabs) when XLC is installed. I would be happy to take a look at the problem if you wish to attach an example. I suspect it is some other issue.
 
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Re:Inserting Additional Templates into a Workbook 1 Year, 3 Months ago Karma: 0  
If I right click on one of my new ExcelCalcs tabs as per the image, then select insert I am able to select another template from Excel but when I insert it nothing happens (but I can hear the HDD trying to do something). There is no error message, it just doesn't happen.

After some experimenting I have discovered that it is not all ExcelCalcs files that do this so I think you are right that it is something external, possibly to do with different versions of Excel (some templates are 97-2003, some are later).
 
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Re:Inserting Additional Templates into a Workbook 1 Year, 3 Months ago Karma: 493  
If I right click on the worksheet and select "Insert..." I am asked if I want to shift cells right, left, insert a whole row or whole column. Something odd is happening with your Excel but I do not think it is at all related to XLC. I hope this helps.
 
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You have to hold the pointer over the tab at the bottom of the workbook to do this - I'm still using Excel 2010 so it may be something they have changed.
 
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Re:Inserting Additional Templates into a Workbook 1 Year, 3 Months ago Karma: 493  
Right click on the tab then selecting insert raises Excel's native Insert Form from where I can select worksheet and a new worksheet is inserted. This is Excel functionality and is the same when I do it on a machine with XLC installed and without XLC installed. So I still suspect that your problem is unrelated to XLC.
 
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