Monthly Archives: April 2014

Microsoft Excel – getting rid of page break lines

Once you have gone into Print Layout view or Print Preview when working with an Excel worksheet, when you return to Normal view, you will see dashed lines showing where the page breaks will be in the worksheet. Although most … Continue reading

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Microsoft Excel – getting rid of green triangle indicator

When you see a little green triangle at the top left of an Excel cell, it is giving you a warning message to say there may be some inconsistency in your formulas. If you have checked your formulas and know … Continue reading

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Microsoft Excel – setting same zoom level for several worksheets

If you want to set the same zoom level for several worksheets in a workbook, you can do this all at once by first grouping the worksheets together. If the worksheets you want are all next to each other in … Continue reading

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