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Excel: Set the printing order of worksheet pages; printing row/coumn headings

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/08/21

I keep forgetting these two settings, most likely because I hardly use spreadsheets that are both wide and tall.

First the print order

Basically there are two orders:

  • Prefer horizontal over vertical (Excel calls this “Over, then down”) so it prints columns first, then rows
  • Prefer top to bottom (Excel calls this “Down, then over”) so it prints rows first, then columns

Here is how to do it in Excel 2007 and up:

  1. Ensure your worksheet is active.
  2. Click the “Page Layout” tab.
  3. In the “Page Setup” group, click the “Dialog Box Launcher” on the bottom right of the group (this tiny icon: Dialog box launcher).
  4. In the “Page Setup” dialog that appears, click on the “Sheet” tab.
  5. Under “Page order”, select either of these two options (the preview will change, see the images below).
    1. Down, then over
    2. Over, then down
  6. Click OK to close the “Page order” dialog.

Then the row/colum headings

This is actually much easier, and also works this way from Excel 2007 and up:

  1. Ensure your worksheet is active.
  2. Click the “Page Layout” tab.
  3. In the “Sheet Options” group, under “Headings”, select the “Print” check box.

–jeroen

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Image thanks to Microsoft:

Down, then over.

Down, then over.

Over, then down.

Over, then down.

 

 

 

Printing row/column headings

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