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Is their a way i can fix my excel sheet so that I can see one question and its answer on each page?  Thanks.
Cp3.xlsx
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Yes.

In Excel, Put your cursor where you want a page break. Then Page Layout, Break, Insert Page Break.

I tested it on your sheet and it works like any Excel Spreadsheet.

Insert breaks where you need to suit.
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If you go to Print Preview mode on the View menu, you can see where the page breaks are and can drag them around.
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Thank You.
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You are very welcome and I was happy to help.
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