Wrong print size after data transfer

cdpaul

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Office Version
  1. 365
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  1. Windows
Hi,
I've just transferred a friends data files from an old pc using Office 2003 (I think) onto a new Windows 10 system with Office 2016.
When I open an Excel sheet and go to print it, looks right in the preview pane but when it prints all the row heights are around double the size they should be.

The file extention is xlr.

Also, might be related, Word document text looks bigger too.

Can anyone suggest anything please?
 

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