Minimized vs. Maximized

Can you see the tabs in your file?

If not, then the file might be minimized in Excel. See images:

When a file is minimized inside of Excel, it will have the min/max buttons in a low position and you will have a window complete with header inside of the program. Many times this will hide the tabs, thus, no navigation between pages.

This image shows a file inside of Excel that is maximized. When the file is maximized, you will have the min/max button in the upper right hand side of the program. The file will not be surrounded by a window. The tabs will be at the bottom of the file.

 

Help Pages

Set Up: Quick Start Guide - Information Tab | Subject Tabs - Adjusting the Grade Weight | Subject Tabs - Credits | Set up Your Grade Scale | Enter Attendance - Calendar Tab | How to Change the Date on the G&A Calendar |
FAQs: FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions | I can't see the Tabs: Minimized vs Maximized | Print Preview and Printing | Timing and Placing the Scores | How to Unprotect and Protect a Sheet | Not Using the Grade Weight | Year-Round Schooling Changes - Change number of months in school year. | Year-Round Schooling Changes - Changing the Semester in Print

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