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Picture Yourself Learning Microsoft® Excel® 2010 by Laurie Ulrich Fuller, Deidre Hayes, Jeffery A. Riley

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Managing Worksheet Views

WHEN ENTERING DATA, especially in a large worksheet, you may often want to change the view. For example, you might want to zoom in to see a smaller area of the worksheet, or zoom out in order to reduce the size of the worksheet onscreen so you can see more of it. Excel has many special views you can use for particular purposes, such as adding headers and footers or adjusting where page breaks occur. In this section, you learn how to control the view of the worksheet so you can work efficiently.

Zooming In and Out

Zooming in increases the size of data onscreen so you can view it more clearly. It also reduces the number of cells shown onscreen, so zoom in when you want to review a specific, smaller area of a worksheet. ...

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