I usually have a workbook that has a lot of worksheets, and I have to view multiple sheets at the same time. Switching tabs back and forth just to compare the contents drives me nuts!!

Did you know that you can view multiple worksheets in Excel? Let me show you how!

I explain how you can do this and please go to the bottom of the page to see the animated gif tutorial:


STEP 1: Go to View > Window > New Window

How to View Multiple Worksheets in Excels

You will notice that there is a new window that is opened. You can notice that there is a number at the end of the filename indicated the window number.

How to View Multiple Worksheets in Excel


STEP 2: Now let’s arrange the windows to view all of them side by side!

Go to View > Window > Arrange All

Select Vertical and Click OK.

How to View Multiple Worksheets in Excel

Now you can view multiple worksheets from the same Excel file!

How to View Multiple Worksheets in Excel


How to View Multiple Worksheets in Excel

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