Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Displaying multiple worksheets and workbooks together, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Instructor] Sometimes, when you're working…with a file that has many sheets in it,…you need to see more than one worksheet at a time.…Also, at certain times, you might have different files open,…and you might want to see different files at the same time…on the same screen.…Let's focus on the first idea.…There's a worksheet here that has many, many sheets.…As a general bit of advice, any time you open a workbook,…particularly one you have not seen ever,…or maybe in a long time,…in the lower left corner in the panel,…where you'll see either two or four arrows,…right-click, and you will get a vertical list…of the sheet names.…
If there are more than 20,…and you're using the current version of Excel,…the scroll bar on the right hand side…will become active.…The top-down order there does correspond…with the left or right order.…Even though a lot of these sheets are not related…to one another, a few of them are,…and we might want to see a portion…of each sheet at the same time.…Let's go to the View tab,…and Arrange All is probably the command…
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