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Old April 25th 12, 08:24 PM
John Livingston John Livingston is offline
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Those of us who want to continue in Normal view have good reasons. In my case, our computer network seems to reset what should remain a tabloid-sized spreadsheet into letter-size paper. Looking at it in Page Layout view is distracting, because I then feel compelled to reset it immediately instead of waiting until I print it on a remote printer that has tabloid-sized paper. So those dotted lines do come in handy

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Originally Posted by Bernard Liengme View Post
Why not use View|PageBreak View since in XL2007 you can still edit the
worksheet in this view?
If it looks too small use the zoom slider on the status bar.
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Hi
In Excel 2003, I could click on Tools/Options and then tick the "view page
breaks" box, so that I could see dotted lines representing my page sizes
in
workbook (normal) view, but I can't find a similar command in Excel 2007,
apart from Page Break Preview" view, which doesn't really suit what I
want.
Can somebody help please?