Working With Windows

Ark68

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  2. 2016
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This is likely a general Windows use question.

I am working with a single monitor. I am creating an Excel VBA project, so I have both the workbook and the VBA window active.
Is there a way I can keep the VBA Window, minimized and sized, overtop of my maximized workbook so I can reference things without having to go back and forth between the two windows? It would be so much more efficient if I could avoid having to do that.
 

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