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Looking for a way to make Excel open a new session withe each excel document opened. Does not give you the advanced options in Open with that there use to be :-(
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excel 2010
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windows 7 sorry
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These are the two approaches I'm aware of.  I tried the Launcher a while back and it was pretty good, but there was some small thing I didn't like about it, but I can't recall (I think it was somewhat minor though). I did try the registry tweak an that seemed to work but at some point I wanted to go back to the single instance approach and backed it out, and have worked with that since. Over time I have learned to like to single instance of Excels, and I just tile the windows etc, but I am a single monitor config.

http://www.bitterminion.com/excel-instance-launcher/

http://ptihosting.com/blog/it-blog/force-excel-20072010-to-open-in-seperate-window/

~bp
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