Opening different sessions of Excel?

FullyFamous

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In Excel XP, I used to be able to "tell" Excel to open a new session of Excel each time I opened a saved workbook. Now with 2007, I can't locate that feature anymore. Is it gone?
 

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Excel Options > Advanced, tick Ignore other applications that use DDE
 
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