Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Previewing the Page Break: Getting a Bird’s-Eye View of the Printout
To illustrate, in the PivotTables workbook, click the View contextual tab, and then click
Page Break Preview in the Workbook Views button group (make sure the page break by
Dodsworth’s name is in place) (see Figure 10–28).
Figure 10–28. The Workbook Views button group
TIP: You can also access the page break preview by clicking the Page Break Preview button on
the status bar (see Figure 10–29).
Figure 10–29. Another Page Break Preview button
After clicking Page Break Preview, click OK on the introductory dialog box, and you’ll see
the preview shown in Figure 10–30.
Figure 10–30. Getting the big picture with the page break preview
 
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