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Old June 23rd 05, 08:55 PM
Gregorio
 
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Default open multiple workbooks not in same app. window

I have a simple question. I use multiple monitors and would like to display
one excel sheet on each without having to maximize the Excel application
window/shell across both monitors.

For example, Word docs open this way by default - each gets its own
application window.

Is there an Excel setting for this that I'm missing?

- Thanks in Advance - Greg



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Old June 24th 05, 04:21 AM
Eddie O
 
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If you launch a brand new Excel application, rather than simply opening the
file from within the existing application, it will cause a new application
window to open.

-Eddie O

"Gregorio" wrote:

I have a simple question. I use multiple monitors and would like to display
one excel sheet on each without having to maximize the Excel application
window/shell across both monitors.

For example, Word docs open this way by default - each gets its own
application window.

Is there an Excel setting for this that I'm missing?

- Thanks in Advance - Greg





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