Set Print Area while Skipping Columns

pagrender

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Someone asked me this recently and I can't find a simple solution so I was hoping you could help me out.

Is there a way to set a print area skipping columns, getting everything on one page, without hiding the unwanted columns?

For example: Printing Columns A,B,C,F,G on one page without hiding columns D and E

We're using Excel 2013

Thanks!
 

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