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Gimme a (Page) Break—Another View
Figure 9–32. The breaking point? Clicking Breaks in Cell D77
Is that what you had in mind? Maybe—but maybe not. Clicking in cell D77 and clicking Breaks
does what it told you it would do—it institutes a page break above D77, but also another one to the left
of that cell, resulting in more pages in all directions. If all you really wanted was one more page
running down the printout, you’d have clicked in A77, or the 77 row header instead, and then clicked
Breaks, yielding this Print Preview (Figure 9-33):
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