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Old March 22nd 05, 10:47 PM
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HI,

I've noticed with WORD I can have one word document up on one of my screens
and another file in a different screen but for some reason I can't do it with
Excel. Am I doing somethign wrong?

Thanks

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Old March 22nd 05, 10:59 PM
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Don't know that you're doing anything wrong, just maybe not enough right.

Got to WindowNew Window, then go to WindowArrange and pick how you want to
have the windows of your workbook positioned. You can the work back & forth,
even on different sheets in each window. If you want more than 2 windowns on
the same workbook, just repeat the process as necessary (don't use the
Arrange command until you create however many windows as you wish).

HTH |:)

"Ralph" wrote:

HI,

I've noticed with WORD I can have one word document up on one of my screens
and another file in a different screen but for some reason I can't do it with
Excel. Am I doing somethign wrong?

Thanks

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Old March 22nd 05, 11:46 PM
Earl Kiosterud
 
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Ralph,

I suggested a couple ways in a recent post.

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HI,

I've noticed with WORD I can have one word document up on one of my
screens
and another file in a different screen but for some reason I can't do it
with
Excel. Am I doing somethign wrong?

Thanks



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Old March 23rd 05, 02:01 AM
Ralph
 
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Thanks but arrange doesn seem to work, i still cant drag the other file to
another screen, wont work, no idea why...

"CyberTaz" wrote:

Don't know that you're doing anything wrong, just maybe not enough right.

Got to WindowNew Window, then go to WindowArrange and pick how you want to
have the windows of your workbook positioned. You can the work back & forth,
even on different sheets in each window. If you want more than 2 windowns on
the same workbook, just repeat the process as necessary (don't use the
Arrange command until you create however many windows as you wish).

HTH |:)

"Ralph" wrote:

HI,

I've noticed with WORD I can have one word document up on one of my screens
and another file in a different screen but for some reason I can't do it with
Excel. Am I doing somethign wrong?

Thanks

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Old March 23rd 05, 02:03 AM
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great, how can i find that post? can i do a search by your name or something,
a lot of posts in here, lol

"Earl Kiosterud" wrote:

Ralph,

I suggested a couple ways in a recent post.

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Earl Kiosterud
mvpearl omitthisword at verizon period net
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"Ralph" wrote in message
...
HI,

I've noticed with WORD I can have one word document up on one of my
screens
and another file in a different screen but for some reason I can't do it
with
Excel. Am I doing somethign wrong?

Thanks






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