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Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft® Office Excel 2003 in 24 Hours by Trudi Reisner

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Changing Worksheet Views

One of Excel's greatest strengths is its flexibility. You can change the look of the Excel screen to match the work you're doing. For example, if you've opened several workbooks, you can set your screen so that all of them are visible. If you're working on a complicated project, you can maximize the program and adjust the screen view to magnify your data. Other times you can zoom out to see more of the worksheet. You can even split a large worksheet into separate windows, called panes, to keep you from scrolling back and forth.

Arranging Open Workbooks

If you're working with more than one Excel workbook, jumping back and forth between them becomes tedious very quickly. Instead of viewing one file at a time, you can set ...

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