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Short cut to hide excel 2003 menu?

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Kind regards,
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Hello,

Alt - v - u

will hide the menu bar and the toolbars and show the workbook in full screen mode. Use the same keyboard shortcut to toggle back to normal.

cheers, teylyn
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Spot on! again.
JP
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