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17 Oct 2012   #1

word starter
Document in Excel is only printing one column per page.

I am trying to print a document in Excel Starter 2010. The document contains the columns A to J and rows 1 to 466. When I try to print the document, only one column prints per page. I have tried selecting all the columns and changing the print selection but this just shrinks the column size, and prints it smaller. How do I change it so that I can print all columns A to J on the one page?

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17 Oct 2012   #2

Windows 8.1 Pro x64

Hi Meladee and Welcome to SevenForums,

I haven't actually used the starter edition but do use Office 2010, when you go to print, do you get a print preview on the right?

If yes then does that preview show the columns on separate pages or does the print preview show you what you would expect to see when printed off?

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19 Oct 2012   #3

Windows 7 Pro 32 bit and windows xp pro 32 bit and windows 98 SE

go to page break view on the view tab
you should see dotted line going down and acrossed
move them (whats on side of a line will print on page and whats on the other will print on another)

Hope it helps
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