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  Monday, 09 October 2017
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My question actually applies to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, though PowerPoint is my immediate need.

I love Office Tab and have used it for several years. However, there are times when I do need separate windows for two documents I'm working on, such as when I'm comparing two version or when I'm creating a new document while referencing material in an old one.

Is there a way that I've not yet discovered to create or open a document without tabs when I want to without disabling the Office Tabs extension?

~N
6 years ago
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Hello,
Sorry, we don't have such feature in the PowerPoint yet.
We may consider enhancing it in the upcoming versions.
The PowerPoint is a little bit different with comparing to Word and Excel. :)
6 years ago
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Thank you for the response. You said you don't have that feature in PowerPoint yet. Does it exist for Word and Excel? I have not discovered how to do it if so. Please advise. Also, please consider making this work in PowerPoint.

I love using Office Tab. I've used it for years and I think MS should have built this functionality into their own software. But the single thing I do not like is that I can't easily choose to use separate windows when it makes more sense to do so.

For instance, I frequently need to compare two spreadsheets side-by-side. For that, I need to turn OT off. It would be easier if I could choose to separate the spreadsheets from within Office Tab.

Thanks!

~N
6 years ago
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Hello,
Can you see there is the Open in new window command after right clicking on the tab of the already-saved file in Excel or Word?
5 years ago
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It would be great to have the ability to open a separate powerpoint window. Having that option in Word and Excel is great - use frequently. LIke others, this a great need for Powerpoint
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