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Chapter 20. Managing the Worksheet Display > Controlling the Worksheet Display

Controlling the Worksheet Display

You can change many characteristics of Excel's worksheet display, giving worksheets and databases a custom appearance. By removing gridlines, row and column headings, and scroll bars, you can create windows that appear like dialog boxes or paper forms.

Displaying the Worksheet Full Screen

To work with the maximum amount of worksheet and reduce screen clutter, you need to know about Full Screen mode. In a normal view, like the view shown in Figure 20.1, screen elements such as formula bars and status bars take up on-screen space. As Figure 20.2 shows, the Full Screen mode rids Excel of the title bar, the formula bar, and the status bar. You can add toolbars to the full screen view by choosing View, Toolbars and selecting the toolbars you want to display.


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