Like most Mac OS programs, Excel allows you to have more than one document window open at a time. You can manipulate Excel's workbook windows a number of ways:
Activate a window so you can work with its contents.
Create a new window for a workbook so you can see two sheets from the same workbook at once.
Arrange windows so you can see and work with more than one at a time.
Minimize and hide windows to get them out of the way.
Display minimized or hidden windows to work with them.
Change a window's magnification so you can see more of its contents or see its contents more clearly.
Split a window so you can see and work with two or more parts of a sheet at a time. This is particularly handy when you need to work with two sections of ...