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Excel 2007 always open in  View Mode

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Hi,

Anyway when I open Excel 2007 I can havce the file open viewed in list view no matter what I do ?

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Excel doesn't have a list view on the view ribbon. What are you referring to?
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If you Open excel and then take the office button and open under search documents you have three icons use the left one and select list but this stays as default ???

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Ah. That dialogue isn't by excel, it's a windows dialogue and there's nothing in excel that you can do to change it. Try messing with windows explorer settings.

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