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Default UNABLE TO DRAG BOUNDARY IN PAGE BREAK VIEW

I was page break view. Trying to reset pages in the worksheet i tried to move
the boundary of the page by dragging it with the help of mouse. I could not
catch and drag it. Earlier i was using this. I don't know how to restore this
facility to drag and redefine the page.

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On Wed, 20 Aug 2008 00:01:01 -0700, Pawan Gupta <Pawan
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I was page break view. Trying to reset pages in the worksheet i tried to move
the boundary of the page by dragging it with the help of mouse. I could not
catch and drag it. Earlier i was using this. I don't know how to restore this
facility to drag and redefine the page.




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