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How Do I Remove Excell Page Break?

Posted on 2006-06-09
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By doing Insert --> Page break from menu, I can insert a page break into excell.

By doing View --> Page Break Preview, I can drag page breaks to the side, but I can't really physically remove the page breaks.

How do I physically remove the page break?
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Greetings, kamleshmistry !

Here is how to remove page breaks:

1) Make sure the active cell is in the row below the page break.

2) In the "Insert Menu" click on "Remove Page Break"

Best wishes!
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Or, you can go to View / Page Break Preview
and use your mouse cursor to move the thick dotted lines to where you want the page breaks to be.
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