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Printing problem with Microsoft Office for Mac 2008.

When trying to print the whole sheet in Excel, it only prints the first single cell even though the print area has been selected. Please help asap, as rather desperate to get job out.

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Have you clear the set print area? if not go to File menu, select Print Area then select Clear Print Area

try also to set your sheet into page view to find out if you can view right page of your sheet.

try also to check your margin.

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