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Master VISUALLY® Excel® 2010 by Elaine Marmel

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Chapter 7. Working with Views

Switch Views

You can switch views of your worksheet to see your worksheet from different perspectives. By default, Normal view is the view that appears when you open a workbook, and most people work in Normal view. Once you print or preview your worksheet, horizontal and vertical page breaks appear as dashed black lines.

Page Layout view presents the most realistic view of the way your worksheet will appear when you print it. In Page Layout view, you can see and adjust margins, headers, and footers in your worksheet, and each page appears individually, without dashed lines representing page breaks. You can work in Page Layout view all the time because you have complete access to the Ribbon, Quick Access Toolbar, and ...

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