Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Arranging Windows
To go to other locations (such as comments, blanks, last cell, objects, formulas,
etc.), click Special , select an option, and then click OK .
To open the Special dialog box directly, click the Find & Select button,
and then click Go To Special.
Click OK .
Arranging Windows
Every Office program and workbook opens inside a window , which contains a title bar,
Ribbon, and work area to create and edit your data. Most often, you’ll probably fill the
entire screen with one window. But when you want to move or copy information between
programs or documents or use two monitors, it’s easier to display several windows at
once, where one document appears in one window ( New ! ). You can arrange two or more
windows on the screen at the same time. However, you must make the window active to
work in it. You can also click the document buttons on the taskbar to switch between open
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