by Allen Wyatt
(last updated May 23, 2015)
If you would like to see the full path name of your workbook in the menu bar, this is a nifty trick you can put right to use. Simply follow these steps:
Normally, the Address drop-down list is used if you are working with the Internet-aware side of Excel. However, when you are working with plain old workbooks, the control shows the current path and name of the workbook that is currently active.
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