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how to have excel show file name on the title bar

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to have excel show file on the title bar
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It does show by default, unless the save has not been saved yet, in which case you get the default name. What version of Excel are you using?

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If your spreadsheet is not maximized then you should see the file name in the title bar of the individual window containing the spreadsheet within the larger window for Excel as a whole.  If you maximize the spreadsheet window then you should see the file name (assuming it's been saved already) in the Excel title (since the Excel and spreadsheet titles are merged at that point).
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