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When you open a workbook, Microsoft Excel may display multiple windows that contain a copy of that same workbook. Additionally, the title bar displays the workbook name followed by a colon and a number, such as Book1:1 and Book1:2. The taskbar in Microsoft Windows also displays a button for each of these windows.
This behavior occurs if the workbook was saved when multiple windows were open for that workbook.
To change this behavior, close the extra windows, and then save the workbook. To do this, follow these steps:
Excel allows you to open multiple windows to view a single workbook. This is useful when you want to view different sheets in the same workbook or different areas of a large worksheet simultaneously. For example, to view multiple sheets in the active workbook, follow these steps:
Article ID: 272025 - Last Review: January 2, 2007 - Revision: 3.1
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