How to Fit Everything onto the Print Page in Excel 2010


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Making the pieces fit

Here we have our expense report already filled in and formatted. We want to make sure that it prints properly. So everything to do with Page Size and Orientation and Page Breaks and so forth, we could find here under the Page Layout tab. So click Page Layout tab and here we have our Page Setup group and let's take a look at a few things. First, let's take a look at Page Size and click this and you see we've all sorts of different page sizes. Some of you may not recognize what they are and you could always go down here and choose Custom Size, but I'm just going to leave it as Letter, so you could just click off it here somewhere.

Well, now that you know what size it is, here's one way that you can see how it's going to look when printed. Down here in the lower-right corner, we have our View buttons and click this middle view button here. That's Page Layout, so you could see the actual sheet of paper and scroll down. Now keep in mind that this is not always exactly ...

Making the pieces fit
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Making the pieces fit provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Bob Flisser as part of the Excel 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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Excel
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