Compare windows, moves both windows simultaneously. (excel 2003)

I am comparing two workbooks in excel side by side, but I do not want both to scroll simoultaneously.  How can this be achieve in 2003?
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JP
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Rory ArchibaldConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Just arrange the workbook windows manually next to each other (or use the Window-arrange menu)
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Brian GeeCommented:
From the menubar, Window > Compare Side by Side with <other workbook's name>. Make sure both workbooks to be compared are open.
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Brian GeeCommented:
And if for some reason the comparison of workbooks appear one on top of the other, go to Window > Arrange...Vertical > OK.
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Brian GeeCommented:
Sorry for not quite reading this correctly... I read it over and over to understand it better. What rorya suggested seems to be the best solution to what you described.
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Rob HensonConnect With a Mentor Finance AnalystCommented:
When you set the sheets up side by side using the Compare with option, you should get an extra little toolbar, one of the buttons toggles the simultaneous scroll on or off.

Using the Arrange option doesn't give the toolbar.

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Rob H
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JP
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