no scroll bars

LxQ

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I have Excel open, not maximized. I have a few workbooks open, also not maximized.. the bottom of one of the workbook extends below the Excel window. Each of these workbooks have their own scroll bars; however, the workspace doesn't have scroll bars so I could scroll to see the bottom of the workbook.. I searched all over, but all I found was scrollbars for each worksheet.. that's not what I want.
 

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Rick Rothstein

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I have Excel open, not maximized. I have a few workbooks open, also not maximized.. the bottom of one of the workbook extends below the Excel window. Each of these workbooks have their own scroll bars; however, the workspace doesn't have scroll bars so I could scroll to see the bottom of the workbook.. I searched all over, but all I found was scrollbars for each worksheet.. that's not what I want.
What version of Excel are you using?
 

Rick Rothstein

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Excel 2010
Try selecting the View Tab, find the Windows Panel and click the "Arrange All" icon... any one of the options should resize your worksheet(s) to fit in such a way that the scroll bars become visible.
 

LxQ

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Thanks, I arranged them so I can work with them. I wasn't looking for the scroll bars on the worksheets, however, I was looking for the scroll bars of the Excel instance, so when I scroll, it's not the data within a worksheet that scrolls, but the whole worksheet moves up and down.
 

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