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i want to open 2 excel files, i have office 2007 on my windows 7 professional workstation

in my office.

i want to compare one excel with another excel at same time , open two windows.

is it possible, i don't want to switch windows one at a time but open two (excel files ) same time.
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Yes it is absolutely possible.  View->Arrange All->Vertical (if you want them side by side).
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how i opened 2 excel files went to original excel file did what u told but cannot see both excel files at same time
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