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Tableau Cookbook – Recipes for Data Visualization by Shweta Sankhe-Savale

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Saving a Tableau workbook

Now that we have connected to data, built our first visualization, and have learned the fundamentals of Tableau, we will go ahead and save our workbook so that we can continue working on it without losing what we have already done. To do so, let's follow the following recipe.

Getting ready

In the coming chapters, we will learn how to create various charts in Tableau. However, before we go there, let's understand how we can save the file that we are currently working on:

How to do it...

  1. After following the steps mentioned in the previous recipe, we will first right-click on the Sheet tab, which currently says Sheet 1, and select the Rename Sheet option as shown in the following image:
  2. We will rename the sheet to My first Tableau ...

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