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If I have three workbooks open on my laptop then they are all shown seperatly in the task bar. If I have three workbooks open on my PC then they appear to be in a group. The only difference between the two machines is one has Windows XP and the other NT.

Can anyone let me know how to show the workbooks seperatly?

Thanks
 

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There are two possible solutions.

1. Right click on a 'clean' bit of the taskbar and select properties. then uncheck the box that says 'group similar taskbar buttons'

2. If this is already unchecked or doesn't work then go into Excel>Tools>Options, go to the 'view' tab and check the 'windows in taskbar' box.

hope of them works for you.
 
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