How do I get one sheet to have a set size?

MDTyKe

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For an assignment, I want certain sheets to have a set size.. preferably without a scrollbar. Is this possible, if so, how?

Thanks in advance,

Matt
 

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MDTyKe

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I mean like.. I want the sheet called "order" to be maybe 100x100px, and another one, a different size. See, I'm making a window style effect to things, and I want to get rid of the white, and the scrollbars, so it looks good that way... if you know what I mean :P

Matt
 

Ekim

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Matt,

Not sure what you mean, but if you want to get rid of scroll bars etc. then:

Go to the Tools menu | Options
Select the View tab
Uncheck: Horizontal scroll bar, vertical scroll bar (and anything else that you want)
OK.

HTH

Mike
 

MDTyKe

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Right. I have 3 worksheets. I want worksheet 1, to be a different size than 1 and 2 for example, when they are in a cascaded view. I want each sheet to almost look like a box, when selected.. is this possible, or do I have to use seperate workbooks rather than sheets?

Matt
 

scuzz

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you could always set the zoom on each page to your preference and then save the file, i think that should work. Its a poor method but it could work for you?
 
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