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Page Setup in MS Excel

How to change the page margins too wide

Whenever we are going to print any Excel sheet we always take care about page layout, and before printing we always see print preview.

Before printing any Excel sheet we always check Page setup, i.e. Orientation of the excel sheet, size of the page, print area, etc...

This all options are also available when we are viewing print preview, even if we want to set the margin of our page then we can click page setup button, and then pop up will be displayed showing all print options.

So by using Page setup's 'Margin' option, we can set the margin according to our size requirement.

Also we can use header and footer option from Page setup which will show us what to display in centre section or left or right section of header and footer.


Page setup attributes, such as margins, sheet orientation, and print titles can be set on multiple worksheets at once with the Page Setup command in Excel. This article explains three methods that you can use to do this. By setting these attributes globally, you can save time and avoid having to manually set them for each worksheet. What's more, you'll be able to change these attributes at any time, without having to make any manual changes. This article will show you three methods for setting some of the page setup attributes globally in Excel.

The margins in MS Excel depend on the page formatting, which is determined by the settings in the Page Setup dialog box within MS Excel. There are a number of ways that you can change the page margins in MS Excel. 1) Use the PAGE command 2) Use the PAGER command 3) Use the RESIZE command 4) Change the margins using a cell formula

In order to print on two pages, you should have two different sheets in Excel. When the first sheet is printed, it should be exactly one page wide and then the second sheet will be printed right below it. There are a few ways to do this. If you have a standard desktop printer, then you can set up a second page before printing out the first one. If you have a portable printer, then this method will not work as those printers always print from top to bottom so there would be no way to stop the second page from printing without making fancy cuts in Excel which is something that I don't recommend trying at home. If your printer allows for double-sided printing, then use that feature when setting up your sheets in Excel.

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