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My computer won't print Xceel doc


unitedman

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I want to print an Excel word doc but when I look at print preview it only sows part of the doc.I use windows. Vista. I have used page set up but still no luck

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lotvic

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If you mean an Excel.xls worksheet, you probably are only seeing page 1 in the print preview, at the bottom left it should tell you how many pages altogether. You have to click on 'Next' to see page 2 etc. You have not said which version of Excel you have, the following is for Office 2003.

You may find it more helpful to see all of the pages (pieces of A4 paper) displayed that are needed to print out the full worksheet, click on: View -> Page Break Preview, then you can adjust the page setup to how you want it.

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unitedman

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I can select the section of the doc in page set up but only part appears i print preview

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lotvic

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In Page Setup and the 'Page' tab, in 'Scaling' have you selected 'Fit to' .. page(s) wide by .. tall and then clicked on OK? (.. pages means for you to put in the number of pages you want)

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