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Old 04-25-2007, 12:19 PM   #1
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When I view an Excel worksheet using the Full Screen view, my Horizontal Toolbar disappears. In tools - options - view, both the horizontal & vertical scroll bars are ticked. Any ideas ?

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Hi

That behaviour is intentional. The idea is to give you as full a view as possible of your spreadsheet.

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That behaviour is intentional. The idea is to give you as full a view as possible of your spreadsheet.
Is there any way to get it to display in full screen ?
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None that I'm aware of, I'm afraid. It's just part of Excel.
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Ah Well - thanks anyway
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Apparently, the solution is to view at Full Screen, click on View at top left, then click Status Bar. The scroll bar then reappears.
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Yes, I can see how that would work. Does that still count as Full Screen though?
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By enabling the status bar in full screen I lose about half the height of one row which is negligible and does let me scroll horizontally.
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Thanks - useful to know!

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