Graph Appears Differently Between Normal View And Page Break Preview?
Aug 5, 2014
I printed my graph after editing it while in normal view. It did not appear on paper like it looked on the screen. I switched to page break preview to see if I could see the problem and noticed that the printed version matched the page break version. I am using text boxes for some of my data on the graph itself, and the boxes, moreso than the bars, appear differently between views. This has never happened before, and I print this graph every month after changing the parameters and data. To my knowledge, I did not change anything out of the ordinary.
When I view a sheet under Page Break Preview, it shows the Page numbers in the centre of the Page. While I am aware that it would not print the page number I was wondering if there is an option to remove/hide the page numbers.
how to get rid of the page numbers that appear when using page break preview mode. The page numbers appear in large grey font in the middle of each page and sometimes makes it difficult to read cells. Can I use this view with all the same functionality without that one feature?
Recently I come across a file with only 1 sheet, in which is a table only occupied an array of A1:Q49. In Normal View I can see the row / column header of A-Q and 1-49 as usual, but nothing outside that range (only grey colour). Also, the empty cells outside A1:Q49 are all grey too. How can I do that?
Say I measure the height of 1000 people and I have those in a column in excel. It should be a normal distribution with mean x and standard deviation y. How do I actually graph it so I can see the normal distrubution curve that looks something like this: [url]
I tried making a scatter graph but it graphs them point by point. I want the height to be on the x axis and something like frequency on the y axis.
I set up a passworded spreadsheet and saved it to my documents folder. I then copied it across to a network area I use to link to a company I work with. The file opens ok on the password but the page is completely white and I can see nothing at all! When I print preview the page I can see all my information but this doesn't help when I need to update it.
Not only that, the whole lot of excel spreadsheets I have both on my documents and the network area are doing the same thing! I've no idea how it's happened or what to do to retrieve the page view.
I have an Excel file that use an internal link from one worksheet to the next. When I click on the link, I'd like it to go directly to a print preview page so I can print that one page instead just switching to the other worksheet. Is this possible?
I am looking for a formula that will take data from one page and graph it on another page. The data I am trying to graph is arranged like so:
1 q 2009.05.01 2 w 2009.05.02 3 w 2009.05.01 4 q 2009.05.01
I am looking for something that will look at column A and if the answer is "q" and then look at column B and if the answer is "2009.05.01" Excel will take that and count it in a specific cell on another page. In the case above, I want Excel to give me the answer of "2" in a designated cell.
I have a workbook that is not showing everything that I would like it to on one page (but I know that all the information would fit onto one page (width) but I cannot seem to be able to change the page break. I tried following the directions in the "excel help" but just can't seem to get it to work. I have attached a sample workbook so that you can see what I mean.
I have a worksheet where the print area is 16 columns and ~90 rows. have it set to print on one page in page set-up, which generally scales to about 80%, and this has worked fine for years. A couple of months ago I was traveling for work, but got a call that the worksheet was printing each cell as a separate page. My co-worker messed around with it and it seemed to fix when she cleared and reset the print area, and has been working fine ever since.
Today it popped up again. It is setting automatic page breaks every few cells so page 1 is A1:A7, page 2 is A8:A11, etc...Both Print Preview and actually printing a page show me my few cells in the lower right hand corner of the page. Viewing the page break preview shows that they are all automatic page breaks, and if I try to move them I get the error that Microsoft Office Excel cannot move the page break because doing so would reduce the scale below the minimum 10%.
As I mentioned I have it set to "fit to" 1 page high and 1 page wide, which it right now is saying sets the scale to 10%. If I instead choose the scaling to be "adjust to" and set to 100% it only wants to take up 4 pages, but if I try to manually drag the break over afew columns it reverts back to wanting to print every few cells.
I need to set the page break in my excel file. Basically what I need is for vba to check if the page breaks are a certain value (in this case Range("A150"). If they are not, then the code will set them to what I need.
The problem is the code is not working.
If ActiveSheet.HPageBreaks(3).Location Range("A150") Then Set ActiveSheet.HPageBreaks(3).Location = Range("A150") End If
I have macros that then run through and hide all unnecessary questions and paste the selection to another work sheet. what i need next is the issue.. Because the questions vary in size ( row height) and include blank cells for comments, i can not come up with a macro to print with any conformity
What i have come up with is that after all this is said and done, i would like a macro to print only 32 rows per sheet ( portrait) , then have a page break.
I have a report which is produced by a macro, it works well. The report grows over the year to maybe 20 printable pages, landscape, and nicely readable.
Summary information is produced alongside the report over more columns than can be diplayed, so I have copied the summary data as a picture and pasted it below the main printout and adjusted the size of the "photo" to fit the page width.
I would like this photo to always appear on a new page of its own - not just tagged onto the pages before it.
I am inserting a page break with the following macro, however a page break is also inserted when the word " Total Miscellaneous G&A" is found. I am sure there is an easy solution, I am just not very proficient with VBA.
If Not (Application.IsErr(Application. Find("MISCELLANEOUS G&A", UCase( Cells(myCounter, 1))))) Then ActiveWindow.SelectedSheets.HPageBreaks.Add before:=Cells(myCounter - 1, 1) End If Next myCounter
I am having no luck with trying to find a VBA code that will auto set my page break around an image I inserted. Is there a way to do this even? Furthermore, there is a possibility of inserting multiple images in which I would need each image put on a different page and have the macro set the page break around each image. So if I inserted two images then I would need the macro to set two pages and break each page around the image size?
I have a simple pivot. In the columns to the right I have a few formulas. The user simply sees the pivot and extra columns---they have no idea they are looking at a hybrid type thing and they DO NOT EVER manipulate the pivot in any way other than choosing a particular DEPT form the page area.
I set this thing up by first select: ALL for the Dept and the dropiing my formulas down to the end of the sheet (actually a few hunded lines after that to allow for some data over the year)
The trouble is that if the user picks a particular dept, at the end of the dept data, not only does the user see the formula extended down numerous row (I can use cond formating to make the font white, ie hide them) BUT worse when printing it prints numerous extra pages.
So, is there a way to only make it print to where the pivot data ends.....not where the formula ends..WITHOUT the user having to do a SELCT PRINT AREA type thing.....
Ex: User picks Dept 1003, data ends after Code 99, formulas extend down past that in case user selects ALL Depts. We want printing to stop after Code 99 though....NOT to print a bunch of 'extra' pages....