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    Open Files Maximized (Office 2000)

    Hey Excel Guru's, it seems that lately my version of Excel is opening files partially minimized (less than maximized but not fully minimized). Is there a way to have every file ever opened, open maximized?
    It's not a game stopper just an inconvenience.
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    Re: Open Files Maximized (Office 2000)

    Do you mean the Excel application window or workbook windows within the Excel application window?

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    Re: Open Files Maximized (Office 2000)

    Thanks Hans:
    The workbook inside of the Excel app.
    It doesn't matter if I've had Excell open and am working on a previously saved-as-maximized workbook, or, if I start off a new workbook. I make sure the workbook is maximized, do my work, save it (maximized), go on to another workbook, do the same etc. The workbooks are not on a network. I do have a "personal macro folder" and that is maximized also. Whe I go back into, or, when I start off a new workbook, it starts off partially minimized.
    Go figure.

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    Re: Open Files Maximized (Office 2000)

    Under normal circumstances, Excel "remembers" this setting. Perhaps something is interfering with that, so try Jan Karel Pieterse's <!post=Systematic Approach to Behavioral Problems in XL,290455>Systematic Approach to Behavioral Problems in XL<!/post>.

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