Thanks for your help setting up multiple monitors.Â I have been experiencing Â one problem and wonder if you know the solution: are we able to open different excel windows in both monitors, ie spreadsheet 1 on monitor 1 and spreadsheet 2 on monitor 2?Â I have this flexibility in Word.
Thanks for your help.
Yeah, this bugs me, too. If you open two Word documents, you get two windows. If you open two Excel documents, you get ONE window! Why can’t they be consistent within Office? It’s always been this way, even in Office 2007. Office 2007 will even show different taskbar buttons, but they both control a single window.
Anyway, here’s an easy work-around: resize the Excel window so that it covers both your monitors. If you use Ultramon, just right-click the taskbar, and then click Maximize to Desktop.
Then, tile the windows in Excel. In Excel 2007, click View, and then click View Side By Side. In earlier versions of Office, click the Window menu, and then click Tile Vertically (or whatever the command is).