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    Multiple Print Areas (Excel 2000)

    How do I have multiple print areas print on the same page instead of each print area printing on it's own page. I did a row/column hide, but wondered if there was another way.

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    Re: Multiple Print Areas (Excel 2000)

    <img src=/S/hello.gif border=0 alt=hello width=25 height=29> D Keller

    Hum I think J-Walk has developed a solution for what you need, try this for size .

    Alternativly, but not a truly good solution, many Loungers will jump in soon, is to have one worksheet linking all the stuff that you want to print and simply print this worksheet.

    Hope this helps, and soon you will get a lot more ideas, just stick around.

    Wassim
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    Re: Multiple Print Areas (Excel 2000)

    Concerning your second suggestion. John Walkenbach has a tip about using the camera tool

    Steve

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