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Excel 2007 - blank sheets after maximizing spreadsheet

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Have a user who uses Excel 2007.  Intermittently after having a spreadsheet open and minimized for a while when he maximizes it the cells are gone or appear black.  If he scrolls up and down the cells and data re-appears.
Any ideas?
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This seems like a legacy issue when Office 2k7 was first released and upgrades from 2003 were occurring. Ensure printers have the latest drivers (sounds crazy, I know), ensure the Office version is upgraded to SP2, and lastly make sure the display adapter drivers are current.

There is some other good content here: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/officeversion_other-excel/excel-2007-refresh-screen-problems/f1c2f51e-3933-4a19-92e7-c1a6752db40d
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