Help print my spreadsheet

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  1. JoshLV macrumors regular

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    I created a spreadsheet using Numbers and I can't get it to print right. At first, it came out in sections so I had to change it to landscape view, and change the size down to 67%. Now it has printed and fits on the paper, but the spreadsheet is on the left side, and there is half a sheet of blank paper unused on the other side. How can I center my spreadsheet so that when it prints, it will come out centered?
     
  2. Consultant macrumors G5

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    File / Show Print View

    Click table

    Align / Center

    Hum there should be an easier way that will stay centered?
     
  3. JoshLV thread starter macrumors regular

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    Ok that one is fixed, but the one I need fixed now is more complex than that one. It has a bunch of attached pictures to it so I can't just move it. Having it the way it is and in landscape view, it takes up 4 pages. There has to be a way to fit it on one page just by looking at it I can see that it can fit on a page with room to spare. I messed with the Paper Size tab in the Inspector, but I there is no selection that will just allow the whole page to be displayed!
     
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  6. shwc macrumors regular

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    :apple:print (aka command print)
    > expand print dialog box (click the button next to the printer selection field),
    > just under the landscape & portrait selection buttons is another selection field, select "Paper Handling,"
    > click the "Scale to Fit Paper Size" check box
    > click the "print" button (or simply hit the return/enter key on your keyboard).
     

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