How do I rename or delete a file I've created in numbers?

I created a file in numbers and now want to either delete it or (at least) rename it. I can find no way to take either of these actions. Suggestions?

OSX.  Find the file in Finder and select > change or delete it there..
iOS.  Hold down the table icon on the main numbers page and it will wriggle > tap to put a border around it  > the delete bin is along the top. Tap and hold the title on the table icon to rename.
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