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I'm wondering if there is a way to have two different column widths in one
worksheet. We have two groups of data that need to be seperated differently
for formatting reasons, but that need to be displayed on the same page. Is
there a way to accomplish this?

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Hi saramac24

If you want to do this for viewing or printing see
http://www.rondebruin.nl/print.htm#non-contiguous

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I'm wondering if there is a way to have two different column widths in one
worksheet. We have two groups of data that need to be seperated differently
for formatting reasons, but that need to be displayed on the same page. Is
there a way to accomplish this?

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Adjust the width of the relevant column. Move the cursor to the vertical
line between, say, A & B, click and drag to adjust the width of column A.
Repeat as necessary.
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I'm wondering if there is a way to have two different column widths in one
worksheet. We have two groups of data that need to be seperated differently
for formatting reasons, but that need to be displayed on the same page. Is
there a way to accomplish this?

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Well, it is possible to have different column widths, but not in the same
column. Is that what you're asking?

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I'm wondering if there is a way to have two different column widths in one
worksheet. We have two groups of data that need to be seperated differently
for formatting reasons, but that need to be displayed on the same page. Is
there a way to accomplish this?

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Sorry. Yes that is what i meant. My boss wanted me to have the same column
two different widths in 2 differnet sets of rows. I didn't think it was
possible, but told her that I'd post to be sure.

Thank you all for your responses.

"Lauren Giles" wrote:

Well, it is possible to have different column widths, but not in the same
column. Is that what you're asking?

"saramac24" wrote:

I'm wondering if there is a way to have two different column widths in one
worksheet. We have two groups of data that need to be seperated differently
for formatting reasons, but that need to be displayed on the same page. Is
there a way to accomplish this?



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