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    How can get excell to print as large as a full leagal paper page...I have it set on legal/landscape...margins .25 top sides and bottom...no header or footer..fit 1 to 1

    It still does not cover the full page!

    Someone mentioned changing the font size...this may work, but how do I make it standard without changing it for each page?

    I would like it to print 20 rows on each page..is that possible?

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    What do you see in "View", "Page Break Preview" ? Excel get a print area set sometimes you have to adjust it or clear it. It will print tabloid or legal if you get it set correctly.

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    On 2002-03-20 10:45, CAPT.PT wrote:

    Someone mentioned changing the font size...this may work, but how do I make it standard without changing it for each page?
    You can change the default font and size by going to Tools/Options/General then choosing the font and size you want from the lists.

    It will then startup excel with your selections every time.

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    THANKS ROCKY...I'LL PLAY WITH THAT AWHILE!

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