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Print area? limit? Excel 2003

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I'm trying to print a excel sheet in excell 2003, but it's a limit in the sheet that looks like a print area but it dosen't dissaper when chosing File -> Print Area -> Clear Print Area.

While printing it acts as a print area so I can't print on more than 70% of the papper.

It's realy annoing, and i haven't find any solution so far.
Nov 14 '08 #1
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Hi. I wonder if you have a blanked-out cell or some other form of hidden content that you can't see on your sheet? This would certainly affect the area printed, and as it has nothing to do with Clear Print Area it will not be cleared by performing a Clear Print Area command. Excel 2003 does not normally misbehave over print areas, which is what makes me think you something blank or hidden somewhere on your sheet.

Check where the last cell on your sheet is (shortcut Ctrl-End). If it is not where you expect it to be delete that cell/row/column as necessary, then resave the sheet.

-Stewart
Nov 16 '08 #2

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