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Excel Page Layout Tutorial
Page Layout Tab contains many of command you will use to print your workbook and while you export your workbook. You can control the way your content will appear on a printed page. This tab contains many options like, Page Orientation, Margin Size and more. And some other options make your workbook more readable like Print Titles and Page Breaks.
Page Layout View
Page Layout view option is to view your page in Page Layout mode, your may want to see your workbook in page layout view. If you make any changes to your page layout you can visualize them easily with the help of this option.
You can access page layout view from bottom right corner of Excel workbook.
Now we will have a look on each option in Page Layout Tab.
In Excel 2013 there are two page layout option. Portrait and Landscape orientation. Landscape Orientation is horizontal and portrait orientation is vertical. While working on worksheets having lots of rows portrait orientation is best option. And when your worksheet have lots of columns landscape orientation is best. We will compare these 2 with an example. In figure below you can see our work sheet have more rows than columns, so portrait orientation is best fit here.
How to Change Page Orientation
To Change Page orientation follow steps below.
1. Go to Ribbon and click on PAGE LAYOUT tab and click on Page Orientation and then select any page orientation you want either Portrait or Landscape.
2. After clicking on any page orientation, that Page Orientation will be applied to your workbook.
Formatting Page Margins
A Page Margin is the Space between your content and the Edge of the Page. When your open a new workbook its default page margins are set to Normal, Normal page margin have one inch space between the content and each left, right, top and bottom edge. If you are not satisfied with you current default margins and your data is not fitting on your workbook, your can change or adjust your page margins. In Excel there is a large amount of pre-defined margin sizes.
How to change page Margins
To change page margin follow steps below.
1. Click on PAGE LAYOUT tab then click on Margins, you will see some pre-defined margins like Normal, Wide and Narrow.
2. In our example we will select Narrow> Margin that is Top 0.75” Bottom 0.75” Left 0.25” Right 0.25” header 0.3” and Footer 0.3”, after clicking on Narrow, Page margin will be set to Narrow.
Using Custom Margins
If your desired margin is not available in pre-defined margins list then you can select Custom Margins and set margins as your requirements. To do so follow Steps below.
1. Go to PAGE LAYOUT tab then click on Margins and you will see at the end of dropdown there will be an option of custom margin. Click on That option then a window will appear where you can set Margins as your requirements.
2. After you set your required margins, Click OK. And your workbook margins will set to those you selected.
How to Include Print Titles
You are working on workbook and that workbook have title headings, you should include those title headings on every page. If your have not included title headings on every page, it will be very difficult to read a printed workbook. In Excel Print Title command helps you to select some rows and columns that will repeat on every page. To select print Titles follow steps below.
1. Click on PAGE LAYOUT tab and then click on Print Titles.
2. When you click on Print Titles a Dialog Box will appear, from this dialog box you can choose rows or columns to repeat on each page.
3. Click on Button next to Rows to repeat at top field. Then The Cursor will become small arrow and dialog box will collapsed. Select the row you want to repeat at top of each printed page. In our example we will select row 1 and Row 1 will be added to field for rows to repeat. Then again click on button next to Rows to repeat at top in collapsed dialog box.
4. Then this dialog box will expand. And Click OK, Selected row will appear at the top of every page.