How to print each sheet on separate page?
Imagine that you have a lot of worksheets within a workbook, and the content in each sheet is a little more than one page. But now, you want to print each sheet just on separate one page to save the paper. Do you have any good ideas to deal with this problem?
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Excel provides us with a feature to solve this job quickly and easily, please do with following steps:
1. Click one sheet tab and right click to choose Select All Sheets from the context menu, see screenshot:
2. After selecting all sheet tabs, then click Page Layout > Page Setup icon, see screenshot:
Tip: You also can go to File > Print > Page Setup to open the Page Setup dialog.
3. In the Page Setup dialog box, under Page tab, check Fit to from the Scaling section, and then make sure that it is set to 1 page(s) wide by 1 tall, see screenshot:
4. Then you can click Print Preview button to view the result as you want. When you print them, all pages within one sheet will be printed on only one page.
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