Printing in excel

Occasional Visitor

I have created a planner page in Excel and I want to duplicate it and print it on the back of the same page. The pages will be bound on the left. The page is an odd size (7" x 9.25") but I plan to print on 8.5" x 11" then cut down to the correct size.  

3 Replies



I didn't quite understand what you want exactly through the translation, but here are the changes in the file as I understood them.


Maybe this will help you further in your project


I would be happy to know if I could help.



I know I don't know anything (Socrates)


* Kindly Mark and Vote this reply if it helps please, as it will be beneficial to more Community members reading here.


In the file you have duplicated sheet, if you mean to print at once both sheets on both side you may adjust settings in File->Print (what to print and other settings)



@BChurch16 ,,,


Let me say something about the standard printer that how it works.


  1. Standard printer attached to the CPU never works like XEROX machine.
  2. Suppose you have 4 pages to print and you want to print,, Page 2 ON BACK OF PAGE 1, also Page 4 ON BACK OF PAGE 3 ,,, 
  3. While print setting, you find Pages   to , this facilitates like Pages 1 to 10 (suppose you have 50 Pages).
  4. In your case , first print page 1 and 3.
  5. Then Insert the same pages put upside down,,, & print 2 and 4.

You find Page 1, and behind is page 2,,, like that 3 and behind is 4.


  • This is the only possibility if you are using a standard printer with CPU.
  • If your CPU is attached with XEROX, nowadays in most of the offices people use setup like this, then only by using the XEROX machine setup, you can print page 2 behind page 1.


Now check the attached file, I've pulled planner from Sheet 2  to Sheet 1, and set the page ,, 8 .5 " x11".  All are set, print page 1 then flip the page &  insert same page and print page 2.


You get Page 2 behind Page 1.