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Working with Portrait and Landscape Orientation
4. Zoom the worksheet to 120% so that you can more easily read the contents of the
worksheet. See Figure 1-29.
Figure 1-29
Worksheet displayed in Page Break Preview
solid blue line
surrounds section
to be printed
dotted line indicates
a page break
Page Break
eview button
5. Click the Normal button on the status bar. The worksheet returns to Normal
view. A dotted black line indicates where the page break will occur.
Working with Portrait and Landscape Orientation
As you saw in Page Layout view and Page Break Preview, the Customer Orders worksheet
will print on two pages—columns A through F will print on one page and columns G
and H will print on a second page. Amanda wants the entire worksheet printed on a
single page. One way to accomplish this is to change the page orientation from
portrait to landscape. In portrait orientation , the page is taller than it is wide. In landscape
orientation , the page is wider than it is tall. By default, Excel displays pages in portrait
orientation. In many cases, however, you will want to print the page in landscape
orientation. Changing the page orientation affects only the active worksheet.
You’ll change the orientation of the Customer Orders worksheet to landscape.
To change the page orientation of the worksheet:
1. Click the Page Layout tab on the Ribbon.
2. In the Page Setup group, click the Orientation button, and then click Landscape .
The orientation switches to landscape, and the worksheet contents fit on one page.
3. Click the Page Layout button on the status bar, and then verify that all the
worksheet contents fit on one page.
4. Click the Documentation sheet tab, and then click the Page Layout button
.
The Documentation sheet remains in portrait orientation.
5. Verify that the entire contents of the Documentation worksheet fit on one page.
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