Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Opening Windows on Your Worksheets
Vertical: Select this button to have Excel size the windows equally and
place them next to each other. (Look at Figure 7-6 to see the screen that
appears after you choose the Vertical option to arrange four worksheet
windows.)
Cascade: Select this button to have Excel arrange and size the windows
so that they overlap one another with only their title bars showing.
(See Figure 7-7 for the screen that appears after you select the Cascade
option to arrange four worksheet windows.)
Windows of Active Workbook: Select this check box to have Excel show
only the windows that you have open in the current workbook. Otherwise,
Excel also displays all the windows in any other workbooks you have
open. Yes, it is possible to open more than one workbook — as well as
more than one window within each open workbook — provided that the
device you’re running Excel on has sufficient screen space and memory,
and you have enough stamina to keep track of all that information.
Figure 7-6:
Four
worksheet
windows
arranged
with the
Vertical
option.
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