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Excel spreadsheet only viewable in full screen mode

Posted on 2016-10-04
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I have a user that has excel 2010 and she has a spreadsheet that she's been working on.  Today the spreadsheet is only viewable in full screen mode.  Is there a way to correct this???
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Press Esc key or right click on any cell and choose Close Full Screen.
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OK user is gone so I'll try tomorrow. Thanks.
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Okay no problem.
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That worked thanks.
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You're welcome!
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