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.