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Full Screen in Excel hides the toolbar, ribbon, and status bar and only shows the spreadsheet on the screen which means more space for the spreadsheet and thus more rows visible.
In Excel, there is always a toolbar, ribbon, formula bar, and status bar visible on the spreadsheet, which contains some space on the screen, and when required you can change the spreadsheet view from normal to full-screen view by hiding that toolbar, ribbon, and status bar to create more space on the screen which makes more rows visible.
In Excel versions 2016 and above, you can use the keyboard shortcut to hide the toolbar, ribbon, and status bar to make the spreadsheet view a full-screen view.
Keyboard Shortcut to Full Screen in the Excel
Ctrl + Shift + F1
Steps to Make Full-Screen View Using Keyboard Shortcut
- Go to the spreadsheet which you want to view as full screen.
- Now, press the “Ctrl + Shift + F1” keys to hide the toolbar, ribbon, and status bar, which makes the spreadsheet view a full-screen view.
- To switch back to the normal view, again press the “Ctrl + Shift + F1” keys and your spreadsheet view will get changed to the normal view which includes the toolbar, ribbon, and status bar visible.