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Excel 2016 – Chronicles Vol. II

For many people saying thank you carries more weight then a big celebration of accomplishment or award. It’s the little things that matter.  Excel 2016 has many of those little things.  Slight differences which go unnoticed by most but add tremendous value.  One of the little things added to Excel 2016 is ability to add to completely independent windows.  In  the past windows could be created but they both were controlled by the same ribbon.  This limited the flexibility in both windows.  For example you always had to keep in mind which window was active to preform operations.  The small change into two completely independent windows makes it easier to work with multiple monitor setups.  Here’s a quick run through on how to create windows in Excel 2016.

1.Under the Ribbon click View

Excel 2016 Ribbon

2.Under View select New Window

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3. Two independent windows appear. Notice two separate Ribbons.

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It is important to note that even though the same Excel workbook is separated in two windows communication between them still exists. This is a small change in the users eyes but a powerful one.

 

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Othniel Denis is currently Principal of Excellent Ones Consulting LLC. He brings with him a background in finance, training, and information management systems. Prior to opening his own firm, Othniel spent the last 13 years in finance as an Analyst at organizations like New York University, Nassau County Government and Brookhaven National Laboratory to name a few...

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