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Riham asks if there is any way to arrange the sheet tabs in two rows. While there is not, episode 1160 shows various ways ...
of dealing with the issue.
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Hey! Welcome back to the Mr. Excel net cast, I’m Bill Jelen. Today’s question sent in by Riham. Riham actually sent in a screen shot of his idea and it’s a great idea, it just isn’t going to work. Riham has so many different work sheets. He says “Hey! Is there any way to make the sheet tabs down here and appear as two rows? Wouldn’t that be cool?” Now, I don’t any way to do that but let’s talk about what we can do to make sure that we see as many sheet tabs as possible.
Okay, so the one thing we have is we have sheet tabs here and we have the scroll bar. And you can actually make the scroll bar larger or smaller by going right to that spot right there. So, if I click there I can drag to the left of course that is not what we want to do, you can drag to the right and then we get to see as many sheet tabs as possible. Also, over here I know, a lot of people know the left, right, you can jump to end or jump to the beginning but what not a lot of people know is that if you right click that or it brings up a list of what the first 15 sheets and then you can click more sheets if you’d like and get to a list of all the sheets. So, not as good of an idea as Riham sent in but certainly a few tricks there that are kind of obscure that many people don’t realize that they can use. So right clicking to bring up the list of sheets and then more sheets, good way to go.
Hey I want to thank Riham for sending that question is. I want to thank you for stopping by. We’ll see you next time for another net cast from Mr. Excel.
Hey! Now, if you have Easy Excel. Easy Excel, check this out, they have the open Workbooks, hover over book two and there is a list of all the worksheets. I think that’s allot better than what we have. We also have something called the navigator, the workbook invigorator, the worksheet navigator, Workbook show you all the open workbooks and all the sheets spammed you can just jump to one. You can actually use this to protect print and combine, all kinds of things using Easy Excel.