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Is there a way to change the margin on the left and the right to be at .25 it seems like you only can move on the left to .35 then it stops even though its supposed to be at .25

Posted on 2014-10-24
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Im trying to move the margin on my excel file to be .25 on the left and the right but it seems like the left does not want to move that far is there a solution for this is or is this just what I get?
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Question by:Aaron Manst
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by:Steven Harris
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Which version of Excel are you running?

You should be able to set the margins as low as 0; although, your printer may not support this if you are trying to print the document,
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by:Katie Pierce
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Which version of Excel are you using? I don't have any trouble making mine .25. I'm using Excel 2013
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Page Layout tab -> Margins -> Custom Margins... set the values for the margins!
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