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In Microsoft Excel, you cannot synchronize windows horizontally orvertically by choosing Arrange from the Window menu. However, you canaccomplish this by creating a Microsoft Excel or Visual Basic,Applications Edition, macro.
The following macros assume that a second window for the worksheet hasbeen opened by clicking New Window on the Window menu.
Visual Basic Macro
Sub Sync_On() 'Enables horizontal and vertical window synchronization Application.Windows.Arrange arrangestyle:=xlTiled, _ ActiveWorkbook:=True, synchorizontal:=True, syncvertical:=TrueEnd SubSub Sync_Off() 'Disables horizontal and vertical window synchronization Application.Windows.Arrange arrangestyle:=xlTiled, _ ActiveWorkbook:=True, synchorizontal:=False, syncvertical:=FalseEnd Sub
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Microsoft Excel 4.0 Macro
Sync_On ' Enables horizontal and vertical window synchronization =ARRANGE.ALL(1,TRUE,TRUE,TRUE) =RETURN() Sync_Off ' Disables horizontal and vertical window synchronization =ARRANGE.ALL(1,TRUE,FALSE,FALSE) =RETURN()