I think the problem is the screen size between the different users. When we had both excel 2003 and 2007 installed on the same computer, we could open the excel 2003 files right away but not the 2007 files. We then removed the excel plugin again. However, this broke the mouse. In my case it doesn't work.
I am using excel 2010 under Windows 7. Maybe i am doing something wrong but when i close the workbook and completely turn off excel, then start up excel again in opens up in full screen mode. Not the answer you're looking for? Basically what you're doing with a. Description of my instance of the problem is as follows: It happened suddenly - everything was perfect before I created a specific sales report including a chart drawing data from several worksheets within the workbook. When I maximize Excel to be full screen of course now it only resides in one screen I do not see the scroll bars at at all. I have tried opening a blank book and copying each tab to the blank book.
There should be a checkbox to uncheck. Of course I wonder why the support people here couldn't figure that out??? Hope this helps someone else out. I joined reddit basically for that reason,. This file was created by someone else and attached to an email to me. Excel 2007 would open but gray screen.
So, my question is: Is there either a way to allow my current workbook to fill the entire screen or to transfer my defined names to the new workbook? In the dialog box that appears you need to make two adjustments: 1. There are three different ways you can get into a full screen presentation mode in Word, which I will talk about below. Check to make sure that. The mouse will not work, and I didn't think of using the arrows until I wasted a lot of time with other useless attempts including uninstalling and reinstalling which didn't help anything. The fixes that I have seen are all application fixes. I am able to open the files fine on my device, and other users can open the files also.
. Select it and click the Add button. I had the same issue here with Office 2007 and 2010 randomly locking up while trying to open anything from the network. To get the menu back, you must press Esc to return to exit Full Screen view. Opening the file from the hard drive worked fine with your suggestion but when opening directly from the web it opened the file twice for some reason and the second one complained because there was already a copy open. Also when hovering the mouse pointer over the edge of the worksheet I do not get the double arrow that allows the drag function to re-size. I have doubled clicked in the sheets title bar - nothing, I've right clicked and selected arrange - nothing, I've set the options to display scroll bars - nothing.
Would you like to answer one of these instead? It's been raining here so maybe it's just stuck in the mud. You have only resized your workbook and need to get it back in the full pane of the application. I finally figured out the cause in at the Microsoft Community forums. Instead, it opens a blank screen with the buttons grayed out. I had the same problem. Since any file in the startup folder opens first it sets the size. I can't drag that workbook around at all.
It should be the first item in the menu. You should be able to rightclick on the icon on the taskbar and choose Move. My initial impression is that it's a display issue. Below are fixes that I have found. The first two methods also apply to other Office programs like Excel and PowerPoint. Strange you are having this issue. That works, but I have a lot of defined names that did not get moved to the new book that way.
To view more data on the screen, you can temporarily switch to full screen view. Peterson, you misunderstood the question. However, you can always hide the ribbon, tabs, or commands, to maximize the screen space in Excel. I have tried saving the file under a different name and that did not work. To exit Read Mode, you have to click on View and then choose Edit Document. Important: The Full screen option is not available in Excel 2013 and later versions. Then on the right side of the screen in the Project window double click on the ThisWorkbook Object.
If you use macros there is most likely a Personal. Does the user have dual monitors by chance? I like working with the worksheet full screen size. Opening a brand new workbook works just fine - the issue only affects ones already created and saved. If it's under Personal, remove the code. Is the Dual Monitor or settings an issue? Some E-mails I send with attached files get returned saying there is no file. You can then use the up and left arrows to bring the window back on to your screen. Now every single spreadsheet opens to 100% maximized, no matter how I resize, save, and close it.
Here is what it looks like. The data should still be there. I more or less figured it had to be something like that. Is there a way to disable the full screen mode when the workbook is closed? After I maximize them, they will open and close just fine for the rest of the day. I never know what the geniuses on this board might come up with!! It's good for automating tasks that are repetitive and used often -- say, opening a document and resizing the window. I have found that since I have two monitors set up that I can drag the main Excel window over onto the second screen so that it spans the two screens and can now see the vertical scroll bar on the right side. After I saved the sheet, it behaved normally when reopened.