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1 month 4 weeks ago #2409 by kris.wharton
Replied by kris.wharton on topic Opening a single Excel File in two Windows
Frustrating, isn't it?

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1 month 4 weeks ago #2408 by shouse666@gmail.com
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Sorry - ignore previous, it's not working

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1 month 4 weeks ago #2407 by shouse666@gmail.com
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View - New window works fine for me - I'm using Office 2019

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1 month 4 weeks ago #2394 by kris.wharton
Replied by kris.wharton on topic Opening a single Excel File in two Windows
I realize this, but with office tab installed it didn't work. Does this work for you with Office Tab installed?

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2 months 1 day ago #2384 by Lewis-H
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Press CTRL+N to create a new winodw. Excel designates multiple windows of the same workbook by appending a colon and a number to the file name on the title bar. Switch to the new window, and then click a sheet that you want to view. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for each sheet that you want to view in a window.
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5 months 2 weeks ago #2168 by kris.wharton
Opening a single Excel File in two Windows was created by kris.wharton
Excel easily does this natively, by going to View-New Window, but with Office tab (14) installed I can't seem to get this to work.

To clarify, I'd like to open the "same" Excel Workbook in two different windows, so I can work on two different worksheet at the same time.

I can work around it obviously by saving one worksheet into a new separate file, but that seems like an unnecessary extra step.

Hoping for an answer right away.

Thanks,

Kris...

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