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Excel windows, side by side.


benson68

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I am using Office XP,with Windows7, but if I have two Excel progams open, they are on top of each other. When I close one, they both close! How do I get them to sit side by side?

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benson68

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Houston

Maybe Office 2003 is different to OfficeXP? I did think that they were almost identical.

Cheers anyway. thanks for your help.

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Housten

Perhaps Office 2003 is different to OfficeXP?

Thanks anyway.

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Housten

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benson68,

Sorry about not replying sooner, but have been - shall I say - busy!!!

Anyway, I don't know if there are any differences. But knowing Microsoft ( The Great Satan ) even if they change things and make them worse they will hail it as the most wonderful upgrade ever. When I got Office 2003 Professional it did everything I wanted, want or will want!!! So why be ripped off by buying a newer version. I may be brain dead, but I don't think I am that stupid - although some may disagree!!!

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