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    Thanks for the support and the detailed discussion around this suggestion. We understand that there are some advantages and disadvantages with both MDI (multi-document interface) and SDI (single-document interface), and we currently do not have plans to revert to MDI. We do want to improve the experience with SDI so you can get your work done efficiently, and this post has helped toward that goal.

    Some of the specific issues mentioned are addressed as follows:
    – Stability: This has been a focus over the past several years, and the monthly releases in 2020 have been among the most reliable ever in terms of avoiding crashes.
    - Screen space – while it won’t get all the space back, you can minimize the ribbon to save some space. It only shows when needed.
    - Navigation between workbooks: you can use CTRL+F6, SHIFT+CTRL+F6, CTRL+TAB or SHIFT+CTRL+TAB to switch to the next workbook. …

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    UweC commented  · 

    How comes that some random Steve Wells puts everything in a nutshell that thousands of Microsoft "managers" obviously didn't think of when they threw the Office usability down the tubes?
    I mean the usability for people who really WORK with Office. Not the ones who think that Excel is for painting numbers in little rectangles.
    And Steve Wells didn't even mention people over 50 or people with glasses who enjoy it even less to deal with this light grey/pale grey fuzzyness of the icons.

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    UweC commented  · 

    Still nothing accomplished since January.
    That looks sooo American.

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    UweC commented  · 

    C'mon Wayne, at least you can choose between pale gray, paler gray and palest gray. And if you look closely I'm sure you can recognize yet neon gray.
    Otherwise I agree completely.

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    UweC commented  · 

    I totally agree with the 70 year old anonymous, although I'm only 54:
    No thinky makey, Microsoft.

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    UweC commented  · 

    @ R O'Neill: absolutely!

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  4. 13 votes

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    UweC commented  · 

    Well, the possibilities/functions and bugs/flaws of 365 and regular 2016 are different. Not only on this topic.

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    UweC commented  · 

    @ Sergei:
    There is no Build 1710 available for me. I have 1709 (8528.2147 click to run).
    What kind of Office do you have? Local installation, server installation or web application?

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    UweC commented  · 

    Put this on a Macro-button. Then you can toggle arround the 3 cases:

    Sub GrossKleinSchalter()
    'original **-Makro
    Dim Zelle As Range
    For Each Zelle In Selection.Cells
    Select Case True
    Case Zelle = LCase(Zelle) ' lowercase --> ALLCAPS
    Zelle = UCase(Zelle)
    Case Zelle = UCase(Zelle) ' ALLCAPS --> Normal
    Zelle = Application.Proper(Zelle)
    Case Else
    Zelle = LCase(Zelle) ' Normal --> lowercase
    End Select
    Next Zelle
    End Sub

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