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If you previously divided your worksheet window into panes, you may at some point want to get rid of the panes. The easiest way to get rid of the panes is to simply double-click on the divider bar you want to remove. (The divider bars appear in the right or bottom scrollbar areas.)
Another easy way to get rid of panes is by choosing the Remove Split option from the Window menu.
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