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Setting the print range is not a complete solution because the contents in the print range may be bigger than the paper. The print range does not specify scaling of the contents - it only specifies what part of the spreadsheet is to be printed. After defining the print range, go to the Format_>Page dialog, click on the Sheet tab and under the heading Scale, select "Fit print range(s) to width/height" and select what you want to get. Watch out: if you are scaling a very long document, the document might appear squished right to left and if you are scaling down a wide document, your document will be squished top to bottom.

Setting the print range is not a complete solution because the contents in the print range may be bigger than the paper. The print range does not specify scaling of the contents - it only specifies what part of the spreadsheet is to be printed. After defining the print range, go to the Format_>Page dialog, click on the Sheet tab and under the heading Scale, select "Fit print range(s) to width/height" and select what you want to get. Watch out: if you are scaling a very long document, document to 1 page in height, the document might appear squished right to left and if you are scaling down a wide document, document to 1 page in width, your document will be squished top to bottom.

Setting the print range is not a complete solution because the contents in the print range may be bigger than the paper. The print range does not specify scaling of the contents - it only specifies what part of the spreadsheet is to be printed. After defining the print range, go to the Format_>Page Format->Page dialog, click on the Sheet tab and under the heading Scale, select "Fit print range(s) to width/height" and select what you want to get. Watch out: if you are scaling a very long document to 1 page in height, the document might appear squished right to left and if you are scaling down a wide document to 1 page in width, your document will be squished top to bottom.

Setting the print range is not a complete solution because the contents in the print range may be bigger than the paper. The print range does not specify scaling of the contents - it only specifies what part of the spreadsheet is to be printed. After defining the print range, go to the Format->Page dialog, click on the Sheet tab and under the heading Scale, select "Fit print range(s) to width/height" and select what you want to get. Watch out: if you are scaling a very long document to 1 page in height, the document might appear squished right to left and if you are scaling down a wide document to 1 page in width, your document will be squished top to bottom.get.