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excel print certain columns

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Excel 2007

How do I select, say, column A, C, and E to print and they all print on the same sheet?  Right now they are all printing on different sheets.
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Click on View and Page Break Preview in Excel.  Drag the blue lines to get the data on the pages that you want.
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Same as joejenkinsjax, and hide any columns that you don't want to see.

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