Sep 29 2021 09:20 AM
Sep 29 2021 10:57 AMSolution
How to enlarge or reduce the view of an Excel table?
a) Find the slider in the lower right corner of the Excel window.
b) Drag the slider to the right to enlarge the table display.
c) Conversely, you can also reduce the size of the display in order to display a larger data area. In that case, simply drag the slider to the left.
d) Step by step by 10% up or down it goes with the plus symbol and the minus symbol next to the slider.
Please note that the zoom factor only changes the view on the screen, but not the output on a printer. You can find an additional zoom option for the printout in the printer settings under Windows settings.
I would be happy to know if I could help.
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Oct 09 2021 02:11 PM
How do you delete an entire workbook (not a worksheet) in Excel 2007?
Jan 16 2022 03:12 PM
Thanks, Hans, one more question:
Once you delete the workbook in Windows Explorer, is there a way to delete it from the list of recent workbooks you've viewed?
Feb 11 2022 04:05 PM
I'm trying to sort my spreadsheet by multiple columns. How do I indicate to Excel that if a row has an "x" in the "A" column, then that row gets sorted to the bottom of the document? I want to be able to put an "x" in any rows that I've dealt with, and have them go to the bottom of the document. This way I can save them, but they won't be distracting me when I review the rest of the document.