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Hi. If anyone at all can help me out, that would be great. I am
trying to print something that can fit onto one page vertically, but
there is a vertical page break which will not remove itself no matter
how I try to do it. I've already done the obvious by using the Office
Assistant and following the instructions, which are to click in the
right of the cell column with the page break there, go to "insert" and
click on "remove page break", but it won't remove! When I click on
print preview, there is LOTS of space for that column to fit, I've
adjusted my margins to the max & now I'm lost. I don't know what
gives. Hoping somebody can help me resolve this. I'd be happy to
send the file to whomever is the expert on this. Thanks a bunch in
advance!


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Go 'View' and select 'Normal'. I think you have 'Page Break Preview'
selected.
After that, adjust your print requirements if you need to by hitting 'Print
Preview' and seeing what is what,
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Hi. If anyone at all can help me out, that would be great. I am
trying to print something that can fit onto one page vertically, but
there is a vertical page break which will not remove itself no matter
how I try to do it. I've already done the obvious by using the Office
Assistant and following the instructions, which are to click in the
right of the cell column with the page break there, go to "insert" and
click on "remove page break", but it won't remove! When I click on
print preview, there is LOTS of space for that column to fit, I've
adjusted my margins to the max & now I'm lost. I don't know what
gives. Hoping somebody can help me resolve this. I'd be happy to
send the file to whomever is the expert on this. Thanks a bunch in
advance!


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Hi Alan. I've tried all that, shucks! Any other ideas? Hoping &
all fingers & toes crossed! *lol*
-Eliz


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Send it to me if you would like to, seems odd!
alan8202 at ntlworld.com
Change at for @ thanks to the accursed spammers,
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Hi Alan. I've tried all that, shucks! Any other ideas? Hoping &
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While in page break view, just grab a hold of the offending page break and
drag it with the mouse


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Hi Alan. I've tried all that, shucks! Any other ideas? Hoping &
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Hi blondie1,

Do you have a "Print Area" selected?

FilePage SetupSheet

see if there is a range in the Print Area.


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