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Lesson 6-1 from: Microsoft Excel 2016 Essential Skills (138 Video Lessons)
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Online Video Course: Microsoft Excel 2016 Essential Skills
Session: Session 6: Working With Multiple Worksheets and Workbooks
Lesson: Lesson 6-1 View the same workbook in different windows Excel new window to view the same workbook. Thumbnail from Excel 2016 Essential Skills Lesson 6-1 View the same workbook in different windows.

In this video lesson you'll see how to view the same Excel 2016 workbook in two different windows. You'll see how this can be done by using the View tab on the Ribbon and then learn how to arrange windows using the Tiled, Horizontal, Vertical and Cascade settings. You'll then see how the two windows can be useful to compare different parts of the same workbook.