Microsoft Excel – getting out of Full Screen View

Sometimes you may want to make use of your entire screen window for seeing your data within Excel. To do so, click the View tab, then in the Workbook Views, click Full Screen.


The problem then is that there are no buttons visible to get back out of the view! Press the Esc key and you will be returned to the Normal view.

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