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Old September 7th 05, 09:18 AM
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Ineed to crop the bottom of a worksheet or how do I only print the area with
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Old September 7th 05, 10:40 AM
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You can set the print area to display only what you want. Select the cells
you want in your print area and use the commands

FILE - SET PRINT AREA

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Ineed to crop the bottom of a worksheet or how do I only print the area
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information on.
Thanks in advance
Rory.



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If you hit ctrl-end, does that take you way past what you think is the last used
cell?

If yes, then you can reset the last used cell by using techniques at Debra
Dalgleish's site:
http://www.contextures.com/xlfaqApp.html#Unused

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Ineed to crop the bottom of a worksheet or how do I only print the area with
information on.
Thanks in advance
Rory.


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