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Customizing the Excel Screen Display

The Excel program window is a busy place. Filled with all kinds of buttons and bars, it's a wonder that there's any place left for entering your precious spreadsheet data. Therefore, the first technique that any dedicated Excel user needs to know is how to control the look and feel of the Excel display screen.

Here you find out how to max out the worksheet display so that you access as many cells and as much of your spreadsheet data as possible, thus saving you from having to waste a lot of your precious time just scrolling up and down and back and forth to view the cells you need to work with. You also find out how to customize the display so that it represents more the type of spreadsheets you create and then how to save these custom display settings in worksheet templates that enable you to immediately utilize all these settings in new workbooks you generate from them.