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Excel Doc Not Visible

Posted on 2014-03-04
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Trying to open a doc in excel and its seeming blank even though it's registering that the document within excel is open.
I'm thinking its perhaps just out of the screen since I'd recently had it open to a full view with several documents open within it, but no matter how large I try and make the window I'm not able to find it.
How do I bring the view back to normal?
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Question by:Courtney Whiting
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Lee Ingalls earned 500 total points
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You didn't by chance Hide in the View Menu?
With the spreadsheet open select View from the menu and look for the Hide/Unhide options. Or from View try Arrange All.
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by:rspahitz
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If you're using Windows, you may be able to use Ctrl+Space, which I think opens up the form menu, which will then let you, for example, Maximize the form.
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by:Courtney Whiting
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It wasn't hidden, but arrange all brought it back into view.
 
Thanks, Lee!!
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