Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Using Task and Window Panes
Excel exits compatibility mode, which is only turned on when a previous ver-
sion is in use.
Did You Know?
You can display extensions in the Save and Open dialog boxes and Re-
cent Documents list. Changing the Windows option also changes Ex-
cel. In the Folder Options dialog box on the View tab, clear the Hide
Extensions For Known File Types check box.
Using Task and Window Panes
Task panes are separate windows that appear when you need them, such as Signatures,
or when you click a Dialog Box Launcher icon, such as Clipboard. A task pane displays
various options that relate to the current task. Window panes are sections of a window,
such as a split window. If you need a larger work area, you can use the Close button in the
upper-right corner of the pane to close a task or window pane, or move a border edge (for
task panes) or splitter (for window panes) to resize it.
Work with Task and Window Panes
Open a Task Pane. It appears when you need it or when you click a Dialog Box
Launcher icon.
Close a Task or Window Pane. Click the Close button in upper-right corner of
the pane.
Resize a Task Pane. Point to the Task Pane border edge until the pointer changes
to double arrows, then drag the edge to resize it.
Resize a Window Pane. Point to the window pane border bar until the pointer
changes to a double bar with arrows, then drag the edge to resize it.
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