Thursday, May 26, 2011
How to Open Two Instances of Microsoft Excel 2010
If you're working with Office 2010, you'll quickly find out that you can open two Microsoft Word documents and compare them side by side.
But with Microsoft Excel, it's different. This is because Excel uses a single window method of arranging multiple documents.
The simple way I found to have two Excel documents open to compare is to go and click Start - Program Files - Microsoft Office - Excel to start up another instance of Excel. And then use the File - Open to open the Excel file that you wanted to compare side by side with.
Two software with two different behaviours. Enjoy.