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Microsoft Excel 2013 : Arranging Windows (part 2) - Arrange or Switch Between Windows, Compare Windows Side By Side

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Arrange or Switch Between Windows

1. Open the workbooks you want to arrange or switch between.

2. Click the View tab.

3. In the Window group, perform any of the following:

• Click Switch Windows, and then click the document name you want.

• Click Arrange All, click an arrange window option (Tiled, Horizontal, Vertical, or Cascade), and then click OK.

• Click New Window to open a new window containing a view of the current document.

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Compare Windows Side By Side

1. Open the workbooks you want to arrange or switch between.

2. Click the View tab.

3. In the Window group, perform any of the following:

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• Click View Side By Side to compare two worksheets vertically.

• Click Synchronous Scrolling to synchronize the scrolling of two documents so that they scroll together. To enable this feature turn on View Side By Side.

• Click Reset Window to reset the window position of the documents being compared side-by-side so that they share the screen equally. To enable this feature turn on View Side By Side.

 
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