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Is there a way to have sub-levels of tabs in Excel workbooks?

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I'm looking for a way to set up an Excel workbook where there would be multiple levels of tabs.  For example I would like to have a tab called "Graphs" that would have multiple sub-tabs instead of a single tab for each graph.
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Question by:Markvic
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Technically speaking there is not a native way to accomplish this.  

The suggested options are:

1. Use color coding of the tabs to group related items.
2. Create an index worksheet
3. There are 3rd party softwares that are supposed to accomplish something like what you are wanting however I have not used any so I don't feel comfortable suggesting any.
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by:Alex Wilson
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You can accomplish what you want to do with Microsoft OneNote. You can have tabs within tabs and insert spreadsheets, Word documents, pictures, etc onto the tabs
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