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Old March 9th 05, 04:27 PM
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Hi,
since a few days i have the following problem.
I open an excel document, then want to open a 2nd one, it open it but in the
same excel. Before the same action resulted in have 2 excel running, now all
document are opened in the same excel windows....
How can this be changed to the default settings? In doc in a separate excel
application...
hope someones knows...
thanks in advance,
voodoo

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Old March 9th 05, 04:38 PM
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Go to the Tools menu, choose Options, then the View menu. Look at
the setting for "Windows In Taskbar".

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Hi,
since a few days i have the following problem.
I open an excel document, then want to open a 2nd one, it open
it but in the
same excel. Before the same action resulted in have 2 excel
running, now all
document are opened in the same excel windows....
How can this be changed to the default settings? In doc in a
separate excel
application...
hope someones knows...
thanks in advance,
voodoo





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