Bring Back Save Workspace
In prior version one had the ability to open & arrange several windows, then save the arrangement as a "workspace" [.xlw] file. In Excel 2011 the feature was renamed as Save Layout, but is yet another useful capability which has been ripped out in the 2016 release for Mac [I believe the Windows version retains the feature.]
Please restore that functionality.
Humberto Santos commented
I also request to bring back Save Layout / Save Workspace !!!!!
John Reid commented
This is a hugely useful feature when sending multiple linked workbooks to people that are not that savvy in using Excel.
WHY !! What was wrong with the previous feature?
Such a major pain in the A#@. Now I have to write lengthy instructions in my emails when sending sets of linked workbooks. Why is this considered Progress?
While deleting a row or column in an excel sheet, we should get a warning message if that row or column contains non-blank cells. This will save us from accidentally deleting important data. Presently, delete row or delete column command does not give us any caution and happily deletes a row / column.
Can someone write a macro that will open a group of files every time?
I would like that back too. Why discontinue such an useful function ?
upgraded to office 365 and i cannot find save workspace in excel 2016 is the an alternative as very disipoint as i cannot find this on windows pc
Amen. Thanks for the reply. I guess I'm not the only one who missed this feature.