macro for row showing no column markings


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Brandy Barton

In an excel document, I want the top two rows to have one or two wide colums
that go across the page, whilst the remainder of the rows have much narrower
colums, up to 8 across the page - this will split the colums when shown and
printed out- can this be done - must admit to be very new to Excel and all
advice would be welcome.
 
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Gord Dibben

Column widths and row heights are properties of the entire column and row.

Maybe Center Across Selection would work for you?

I hesitate to mention "merged cells" due to the problems they can cause but
for printing only they are useful.


Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP


On Sun, 22 Nov 2009 12:23:01 -0800, Brandy Barton <Brandy
 

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