Printing in Excel

nada

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Hello! I have a problem when I try to print a spreadsheet. My problem is that I have tables and lists that I select and then choose to print the selection. However, there seems to be no good way of getting that data to fit the pages that I am priting on. If I have eg a table that is a little too wide for the page I either must make it really small to fit the page or click on every cell and change its size. Basically what I want to know is if anyone has any tips/linkls for printing in Excel. I know I have been a bit diffuse but any help is appreciated! Thanks alot in advance!
 

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are you looking for a script to make your selection fit an A4 automatically?
 
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hi. thanks but what i am looking for is nothing fancy, just some simple tipis on how to make the printing not so fuzzy.
 
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