Excel Create spreadsheet per cost centre

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I have a spreadsheet that has several columns and lots of row of data.  I have a column called Cost Centre and it has 20 different figures inside,  I can sort by Cost Centre and print each set of information one at a time.  Is there a way to print all the data for each Cost Centre all in one go without have to sort each one at a time?

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etech0Commented:
Hello! You might find it easier to use Autofilter to do each Cost Centre.
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SQLSearcherAuthor Commented:
Hello etech0
Where would I find Autofilter?

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etech0Commented:
In Excel 2010, on the home ribbon, click Sort & FIlter, and then click Filter. Then you will have an arrow next to each column header where you can check off which values to show.
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SQLSearcherAuthor Commented:
Hello etech0
I am currently using filter to get each cost centre in a list then I print off each one, one at a time.  I am hoping that there is an easer way than this.   I have twenty cost centres so I have to filter and print out twenty times.  I am looking for a way that can print each cost centre in one go.

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Julie ThomasCommented:
Are you looking for something like this?

It performs the filter selection and prints the page with the filtered data.
Filter-Print.xlsm
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