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Create a macro named Landscapes that changes the page orientation to landscape, sets custom margins (top = 1 inch; bottom, left, and right = 0.5 inch), and center the worksheet horizontally. Assign the macro to the keyboard shortcut key Ctrl + Shift + Q.
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1. Align the Text to the right. 2. Insert a new row between John and Jimmy. 3. Set the Page Orientation to "Landscape".
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Autofit columns A:M. Set the orientation to Landscape, set the Width to 1 page, center the worksheet Horizontally. Insert a footer with the file name in the left section and page number in the right section
Solved by S. W. in 18 mins
Group the two worksheets. Merge and center the title in cell A1 across the range A1:G1 and apply the Title cell style. Merge and center the subtitle in cell A2 across the range A2:G2 and apply the Heading 1 cell style. AutoFit Column A. Center the worksheets Horizontally, change the Orientation to Landscape.
Solved by E. E. in 17 mins
Filter the data to display January, February, and March sales. Add a footer with your name on the left side, the sheet name code in the center, and the file name code on the right side. Select Landscape orientation for all sheets.
Solved by T. H. in 22 mins