DisplayFullScreen after window is Maximized
I'm having a major problem. I received an excel document from someone. If I look in VBA, I can see that there's multiple worksheets. But, the workbook isn't full maximized, so I can't see the worksheet names at the bottom. Also, I can see the top of the workbook, but there's no buttons in the top right to minimize/maximize.
Bare in mind that I'm very versed in Excel and write VBA often.
This is merely a query in cosmetics, but it's driving me crazy a little bit and I was wondering if you may have a solution for this.
I have made an Excel file and saved it as Read-Only. But it ONLY opens up in a view that's NOT maximized. The Excel program window is maximized, but not the file.
Any MS Office file that you open, opens up in the last setting that you closed it. IE: If you closed it and the window was maximized, then it opens maximized. And if it was closed in NOT maxed view, then it opens that way as well. But that's not happening with this one particular file and it is really irritating.
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