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    Display Issue

    Hi All

    I'm having a problem whereby a worksheet isn't allowing me to scroll across to columns A & B

    I've done all of the standard checks such as the frozen panes, display options, resolution etc yet for some reason I only get half of B and no column A

    The strangest part is, it only affects certain computers in my office regardless of which size monitors they use or which resolution they have set

    Any ideas as to what could cause this issue?



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    Re: Display Issue

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    Re: Display Issue

    can you see column A on any of the pc's?

    if you hit CTRL/HOME, does it take you to cell A1 - at least name bar (next to the formula bar)
    can you get to A1 (and see it) by using F5 A1?
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