"in Microsoft excel 2007 by setting each column individually to .1" width

(75 times)"

Why not select 75 columns (the column headers A thru BW) and set the width

all at once

How do you get 0.1" when Excel uses pixels?

But why use Excel. I got what you wanted with in 3 minutes using a graph

paper printing software I have had for years. Google "graph paper printer"

and you will get 0.1M hits -- many to free software

best wishes

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Bernard V Liengme

Microsoft Excel MVP

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>I need a simple way to create an empty cell graph with 75 columns with each

> column .1 inch wide and 100 rows with each row .1 inch high. This implies

> margins of .5 inches all around on an 8.5" x 11" paper. I have found a

> possible way to do this in Microsoft excel 2007 by setting each column

> individually to .1" width (75 times) and then each row to .1" height (100

> times) but I always seem to end up with a few rows visibly too wide or too

> high, and God knows how many more might be imperceptibly off by .01 inch

> in

> either height or width or both. In Microsoft works, I can create a simple

> template, but I have not found a way to make any cell smaller than one

> quarter of an inch square. Whenever I search, I never find any

> downloadable

> simple instruction that does not involve squaring data when I mention

> geometrically square cells, or "non-empty" whenever i search for empty

> cells. Whenever I search to create a template I find out how to open and

> save

> a workbook that I do not have because i have not successfully created the

> one

> i need to open and save. Forgive me for being such a dummy. I am something

> more of a reactor than a creator. Please note that a square is a

> rectangle

> with all four sides the same length. A rectangle is a four sided figure

> with

> every corner at right angles. All right angles are equal. I am not asking

> to

> build a baseball field.