If you are using Excel 2013 you would have encountered a pretty neat feature every time you start it up. You are given the option to select either a blank worksheet or select from a wide assortment of colourful templates.
I really liked it… for the first week or so, but soon realised that I always pick “Blank workbook”.
So once the novelty has worn off for you too, follow these three easy steps to get straight to work, and start with a blank workbook.
Disabling the “Start screen”
1. Click on FILE
2. Select Options (right at the bottom)
3. Untick “Show the Start screen when this application starts”
And that’s it. You’re ready to start working straight away!