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Setting and changing print margins
Setting and changing print margins
Margins define the boundary areas of the page, which provide a
visual border around your printed data. Changing a worksheet’s
margins increases or decreases the amount of data that can fit
on a printed page, which allows you to make room for one last
column of data, divide your columns evenly between two pages,
or provide for enough room at one edge for the page to be
bound in a report or three-ring binder. In Backstage view,
margins appear as dark gray lines that you can drag to the positions
where you want them.
Set page margins
1 Click the Page Layout tab.
2 Click Margins, and either click the margin settings that you want to
use or click Custom Margins.
3 If you selected Custom Margins, type new values for the
worksheet’s margins in the Top, Bottom, Left, and Right boxes.
4 Click OK.
TRY ThIS Select multiple worksheets by holding down the
Ctrl key and clicking the sheet tabs, click the Page Layout tab,
click Margins, and then click Custom Margins. Type 0.75 in the Top,
Bottom, Left, and Right boxes, and then click OK. All the selected
worksheets’ margins are changed to three-quarters of an inch.
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