Saturday, February 22, 2014

[Ctrl] + [F10] Shortcut Excel To Minimize/Restore The Selected Workbook Window

Hello everybody,

My name is Michael Leng. I'm a private company staff. However, I love blogging very much. It's my second thing that I have been spending my time for beside my main job in the company.

Well, today, I'm going to tell you the shortcut way to minimize and restore the entire Excel workbook window. This function will reduce Excel window's size to only half of its full size screen window.

In my article, I'll divide it into two parts. In the first part, I'm going to tell you about how to use the letters in the keyboard for minimizing and restore your workbook window. After that, I will take you to my image and benefit of the task as I have mentioned prior.

1] Hereafter is the shortcut method:

Methods of minimize/Restore workbook window:
  • Press the button [Ctrl] and hold on 
  • Press the [F10] 
  • Then, just release the two key buttons
If you want to restore Excel window from the minimize size to its normal full size. Just only repeat the previous methods again, press Ctrl + F10, then it will come back to its before size.

Ctrl + F10 >>> To minimize/restore the selected workbook window

2] Now I'm moving to the image and the benefit of our shortcut(minimize/restore the selected workbook window)

How to Minimize Excel Window Size


This will help you on focusing the data entry in Excel cells more specifically. Because this trick will reduce the number of lines in the screen for about half of its original number.

That brings me to the end of my posting for today.

I'm about to say goodbye now.

Thank you for your kind attention. Please don't forget to write me your comment(s), therefore, I could use it for my future posting improvement.

Michael Leng

See more Excel Shortcuts:
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  2. 2 More Alternative Shortcut Tricks Minimize and Maximize Excel Workbook
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