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OpenOffice Calc User Guide
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Splitting the screen vertically

To split the screen vertically:

  1. Move the mouse pointer into the horizontal scroll bar at the bottom of the screen and place it over the small button on the right with the black triangle.

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  1. Immediately to the right of this button you will see a thick black line (Figure 18). Move the mouse pointer over this line and it will turn into a line with two arrows.

  2. Hold down the left mouse button and a grey line will appear, running up the page. Drag the mouse to the left and this line will follow.

  3. Release the mouse button and the screen will be split into two views, each with its own horizontal scroll bar.

Note

Splitting the screen horizontally and vertically at the same time will give four views, each with its own vertical and horizontal scroll bars.

OpenOffice Calc User Guide
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