Question I have a spread sheet that if printed in landscape will still take up 5 printed sheets but leave a half a page blank each. How do I print two pages on a single page without size reduction? I have Windows 8.1 so I assume the most recent (and least user friendly) version of Excel.
Answer Best is to set page breaks. Best to see where that would go is to click on page break preview and you can drag around the page breaks to fit where you want. If you can't do that for some reason, feel free to send me the workbook at firstname.lastname@example.org. Use the subject "AllExpertsQ" and repeat the issue.
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