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Hi,

I am using excel, I have 1000 rows in a sheet and I am selecting only the first 500 rows and then trying to print:

Steps that I follow :Select first 500 rows>File>Print>Settings :a)Print Selection b) Collated c)Portrait d)Letter(8.5"*11'') e)Normal Margins f)No Scaling

The issue is information keeps shifting downwards as I progress from page 1 to 2 to 5 in the print preview which is resulting in print format issues.

How do I make sure that the information doesn't shift downwards and maintain the same format and alignment starting from page 1 to 5(Viewing the alignment in the print preview before printing) while printing

Can anybody please suggest how to resolve this issue ?

What I have tried:

Steps that I follow :Select first 500 rows>File>Print>Settings :a)Print Selection b) Collated c)Portrait d)Letter(8.5"*11'') e)Normal Margins f)No Scaling
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Updated 20-Jan-21 16:08pm
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Richard MacCutchan 20-Jan-21 14:55pm
   
Are you really trying to print all columns in these 500 rows?
Member 14019423 20-Jan-21 15:08pm
   
I have 2 columns A and b information of 500 rows
Richard MacCutchan 20-Jan-21 15:47pm
   
Well it is impossible to guess what the problem could be. You may need to adjust the size of your page to fit all the data.
Member 14019423 20-Jan-21 15:50pm
   
Yes I have tried various things however the information keeps shifting downwards as the print page preview moves from page 1 to 2 to 4 and so on
Richard MacCutchan 21-Jan-21 3:00am
   
Sorry, as I already said, it is impossible to guess what is the cause of your problem.
Member 14019423 21-Jan-21 16:12pm
   
How do I implement the following formula on the entire excel sheet for column a and B with equal spacing

="Tag #"&INDIRECT("'Tag Info'!N"&CELL("row",A42)/21+1)

After spacing 64 row ="Tag #"&INDIRECT("'Tag Info'!N"&CELL("row",A1008)/21+1)

How to implement to the entire sheet?
Richard MacCutchan 22-Jan-21 4:00am
   
Sorry, I do not know what that formula is supposed to do, so cannot answer. I would suggest you try one of the forums that is dedicated to Excel. This is more oriented towards programming languages.

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