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Office Tab: How to display document window in another monitor?

If you want to open more than one tabbed window in Word application with Office Tab enabled, you can quickly get it done as follows:

Display more than one tabbed window with Office Tab in Office

Create and display a new tabbed window with Office Tab in Office


Display more than one tabbed window with Office Tab in Office

1. Please open more than one document in your Word application as shown in the below screenshot.

2. And then right-click on one document and choose Open in New Window command to open the document in a new tabbed document interface.

3. The Document B will be displayed in a new tabbed window as shown in the below screenshot. You can drag it into another monitor now.

Notes:

1. This option is not available for Powerpoint.

2. This feature is only applied to the documents which are located into the computor hard disk, if the files are opened from network disk, this option will not available. You can check the file path by putting the mouse to the file tab as following screenshot shown:


Create and display a new tabbed window with Office Tab in Office

If you want to create and display a new document when working with the office applications, the New in New Window option can do you a favor.

1. Right click the tab, and select New in New Window, see screenshot:

2. And then a new document will be created and displayed in a new window as following screnshot shown:

Notes:

1. This option is not available for Powerpoint.

2. This feature is only applied to the Office 2013 and later version.


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