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Can you view 2 sheets within the same book side by side ?



 
 
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Old February 9th 07, 07:07 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc
Bob Grabbe
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Default Can you view 2 sheets within the same book side by side ?

In Excel 2007, I have a spreadsheet file that has more than one sheet in it.
I know that I can open two separate spreadsheet files and view them side by
side. What I want to do is have one excel file open with two sheets in it and
see the two sheets side by side for comparison. So far I can't find how to do
this, if it is possible.

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Old February 9th 07, 07:13 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc
Bernard Liengme
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Default Can you view 2 sheets within the same book side by side ?

Excel 2007 is on another PC which is busy.
In Excel 2003 use Window | New Window and you get two views of the same
workbook; now open a different sheet in one of them. You can view them
side-by-side just as you can with different workbooks
The same must be possible in Excel2007
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> In Excel 2007, I have a spreadsheet file that has more than one sheet in
> it.
> I know that I can open two separate spreadsheet files and view them side
> by
> side. What I want to do is have one excel file open with two sheets in it
> and
> see the two sheets side by side for comparison. So far I can't find how to
> do
> this, if it is possible.
>



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Old February 9th 07, 07:23 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc
Bob Grabbe
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Default Can you view 2 sheets within the same book side by side ?

Thanks, I found this in Excel 2007 also.

"Bernard Liengme" wrote:

> Excel 2007 is on another PC which is busy.
> In Excel 2003 use Window | New Window and you get two views of the same
> workbook; now open a different sheet in one of them. You can view them
> side-by-side just as you can with different workbooks
> The same must be possible in Excel2007
> best wishes
> --
> Bernard V Liengme
> www.stfx.ca/people/bliengme
> remove caps from email
>
> "Bob Grabbe" <Bob > wrote in message
> ...
> > In Excel 2007, I have a spreadsheet file that has more than one sheet in
> > it.
> > I know that I can open two separate spreadsheet files and view them side
> > by
> > side. What I want to do is have one excel file open with two sheets in it
> > and
> > see the two sheets side by side for comparison. So far I can't find how to
> > do
> > this, if it is possible.
> >

>
>
>

 




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