Why Excel opens in non-maximize form when I keep saving it in maximizing form every time

Everytime we open an Excel 2010 workbook, it opens up in a small window on the left side of the screen.  We work with it everyday and everyday when we save and close it, it is in maximizes form.

How can we have the Excel to open in that last form saved?
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K BCommented:
Try this

Open an Excel file. Maximize the window. Holding down the Ctrl key, close the window. In my case, after doing this, all files now open maximized. For good measure, I also opened the program and closed it the same way. Whatever the case, it worked.

Source: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2010-office_install/excel-does-not-open-to-full-screen-when-opened/a7405b25-1f2f-4465-ba64-f80a8adaae64

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janaAuthor Commented:
That specific one didn't work for me, but reading the link, the one that works was:

Open a new Excel spreadsheet. When it opens as a restored window(small), place your mouse cursor to the corners of the Excel window and drag to the ends of the screen to show Excel in full screen.
Close the Excel window and now try to open Excel and check

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