Working With Two Windows at Once in Microsoft Office
When it comes to working with two windows, side-by-side, in Microsoft
Office, everyone seems to know how to open two files, but not how to work with
them side-by-side. Here's how.
This article assumes you have Windows in Taskbar checked under
Tools-->Options, View tab.
Open two files.
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