When I print I get an extra blank page in between

carolvshimmer

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I have a scheduling grid set out in excel, when I print, a blank page shows up after each page with data. I've adjusted page breaks- no change. This scheduling grid was copied from a larger one with more rows and some hidden rows. Is this what is causing the problem. Please help!
 

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erik.van.geit

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carolvshimmer,

How about your "printarea" ?
Isn't this containing to much columns?
Select the area to print ==> Filemenu / Printarea

kind regards,
Erik
 
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