Exel 2003 Print Query

  johnincrete 29 Sep 11
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I have a spreadsheet with 9 columns and 263 rows (Row 1 is headers)

Is there any way I can print all rows of only 2 or more selected columns?

  Woolwell 29 Sep 11

You want to use print area Print area or select and print selected

  johnincrete 30 Sep 11

Thanks Woolwell. I was about to ask how to select non-contiguous columns and remembered the use of ctrl you advised in another query. It worked and it is going to save so much time in the future

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