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Hello,
Normally how I open an Excel file is by double clicking on the file from the "File Manager."
When I open more than one, each of the files are opened on the same Excel session.
I know that I can go into the windows' "Start Menu" to open a new Excel session in order to open each file in its own session.
This is my question; If and when I open files from my file manager, how can I "after opening all of the files," can I separate the files, in order to display each file side by side (or stacked).
As it is now I click on one file and the one that is currently displaying is replaced by the second.
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What version are you using?
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hanskoens version 2007
Ryan I live dangerously.  I'll go take a look. thanks
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Ryan, done, thanks
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thanks
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