Edited by Whigged, 07 February 2008 - 01:24 PM.
Excel sheet window size
Posted 07 February 2008 - 01:14 PM
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Posted 08 February 2008 - 07:12 PM
Is it me or is one of your screen captures showing 635 X 402? as the resolution?
The good one is at 640 x 400 ?
Not being a Office guru either, but sure looks like if you increase your native screen resoluton up to maybe 800 x 600 you will get the Excel sheet to fit much better.
Here is how you can change resolutions. (link below)
Change screen resolution by using your mouse or keyboard
Posted 09 February 2008 - 05:12 PM
Posted 09 February 2008 - 11:11 PM
You should also be able to just double-click the inner window title bar in order to maximize the spreadsheet in the Excel window.
Yes, but maximizing it is not the problem...
Even with the screen captures, I think that there remains some confusion as to what exactly I am trying to do here. I am trying to make the first Excel sheet look like the second one. It's that simple.
This has nothing to do with screen resolution. and is most definitely not the problem. After I maximize the window, in effect "resetting it," it does absolutely nothing. Just goes right back to the point to where the bottom of the sheet is below the page.
The key here is this: The sheet at the left was created on a huge monitor, which allowed for much more wiggle room when the sheet was saved. The image that you see is how it looks now opened up on a much smaller screen, where there is a physical limitation in regards to expanding the window any further to reach the outside bottom of the sheet.
The capture to the right? That is how a new Excel document looks when created on the smaller screen. And how I need the one on the left to look.
Again, I hope that I am explaining a bit better.
Edited by Whigged, 09 February 2008 - 11:15 PM.
Posted 09 February 2008 - 11:44 PM
Sorry but I'm not explaining myself very well. I believe I'm clear on what you want but I'm not doing much of a job telling you how to get there.
What I was trying to get at is if the tabs show when you maximize the sheet, then everything is working correctly. If that is the case you should be able to maximize the the window (the upper bar) and still be able to see the bottom tabs. Then all you need to do is simply drag the bottom of the sheet up so that it is shorter than what the window will be when you re-minimize it.
OK, that kind of sounds confusing to me and I know what I'm saying. Try this for the same result:
- Leave the sheet minimized like in your screen capture
- Right click on the blue bar above the sheet. You'll get a drop down menu.
- Click on Arrange.... You'll get another drop down menu.
- Select the radio button in front of Tiled.
- Click OK.
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