Dec 06 2021 08:34 AM
Dec 06 2021 11:41 PM
I'm not sure if I understood your problem completely. If you want to see all open Excel spreadsheets, just goto menu "View | Arrange All"
Then you can choose which way the windows should be arranged:
If I misunderstood your question, just let me know.
Dec 07 2021 07:27 AM
@DTEThank you for your reply. And, yes, I do sometimes take advantage of the "View | Arrange All" capability, but my question has to do with when each spreadsheet is first opened. Up until recently each spreadsheet would fill my screen. Now as I open each succeeding spreadsheet, it is placed a little lower on the screen (what I called offset) and I can't see the bottom of it. That may be a nice added feature for some, but it is very annoying for me. Is there a way to alter that?
Dec 07 2021 07:35 AM
I guess we speak about MDI, Multiple Document Interface. It is not supported in Excel 365, only SDI. I didn't find documentation, here both interfaces are compared for older versions Programming for the Single Document Interface in Excel | Microsoft Docs
Dec 07 2021 08:33 AM
Dec 07 2021 11:53 PMSolution
Hi @smbetz ,
I guess now I understand your problem. As far as I can see, Excel stores the window size of the last window when you close the application.
So usually, when the last window is really fullscreen, Excel will start also fullscreen next time. If this is not the case on your side, unfortunately, I'm not aware of special setting for this behaviour.