Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Adjusting Page Layout
Figure 9-12
Excel’s Page Layout tab.
Returning to Normal
When you finish working in any view, you
can return to Normal view by choosing
View > Workbook Views > Normal.
Figure 9-11
Excel’s Page Layout view.
The Ribbon’s Page Layout tab (see Figure 9-12)
includes five groups of elements that can be
changed:
Table 9-2 Page Setup Tools
Themes: As you discovered in Chapter 5,
“Making the Worksheet Look Good,” the
Themes group contains a number of
built-in tools to control the colors and
fonts used in your worksheet.
Button
Description
Margins
Adjusts the whitespace
at the top, bottom, and
sides of your data.
Orientation
Changes the paper
layout from portrait
to landscape.
Page Setup: Control the margins, print
area, page orientation, and printed
appearance of your worksheet from the
Page Setup group, as described in Table
9-2. Many of these controls are also
available in the Print Preview window.
Size
Changes the size of the
paper to which you will
be printing.
Print Area
Highlights the area of the
worksheet that you want
to print.
Scale to Fit: As in the Print Preview
window, the Scale to Fit group contains
controls to help you fit your data onto a
specified number of pages.
Breaks
Sets or removes manual
page breaks.
Sheet Options: This group contains
controls to make gridlines or cell headings
appear on the screen and printed page.
Background
Adds a picture behind
your worksheet data.
Print Titles
Adds repeating rows and
columns to the printed
page.
Arrange: The Arrange group controls the
alignment of the graphical elements of
your worksheet. You learn more about
those elements in Chapter 12, “Inserting
Illustrations.”
 
 
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