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Microsoft® Office Excel 2003 Inside Out by Mark Dodge, Craig Stinson

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Opening Multiple Windows for the Same Workbook

Suppose you've created a workbook like the one shown in Figure 6-5. You might want to monitor the cells on the Summary sheet while working on one of the other sheets in the workbook. On the other hand, if you have a very large worksheet, you might want to keep an eye on more than one area of the same worksheet at the same time. To do either of these things, you can open a second window for the workbook by choosing Window, New Window.

To view the Summary sheet while working on the Brass sheet, open a second window by choosing Window, New Window.

Figure 6-5. To view the Summary sheet while working on the Brass sheet, open a second window by choosing Window, New Window.

To view both windows together on your screen, ...

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