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Controlling Display of Page Breaks in Excel

When it comes to controlling page breaks in Excel, there are a few things you can do to keep everything looking neat and tidy. For one, you can adjust the margins of your worksheet so that there is less empty space between each page break. You can also change the orientation of your worksheet from portrait to landscape mode, which will make better use of the available space on each page. Finally, you can also hide certain rows or columns so that they don't appear on printed pages.

To adjust the margins of your worksheet, go to the Page Layout tab and click on Margins. From here, you can select from a number of different margin presets, or you can input your own custom values. If you want to change the orientation of your worksheet, go to the Page Layout tab and click on Orientation. Here you can choose between portrait and landscape mode.

If you want to hide certain rows or columns so that they don't appear on printed pages, go to the Page Layout tab and click on Print Area. From here, you can select which cells you want to print and which ones you want to exclude. You can also use this dialog box to specify which pages you want to print.

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