The words in my excel spreadsheet dont print inside the columns .. they printer over the column lines.Have updated all drives, restarted the printer a couple of times, checked the paper trays, gone through the settingand they all look right. Have printed the same documnet on other printers in the office and they print fine.. any suggestions or anybody else having the same or similar problems.
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select the range on spreadsheet of which the grids to be printed.right click select format.on this window click boarder here select bothe coloumn and row lone then click ok. this will shows the range slected in darker grid also can prints.
This sounds like an Microsoft Excel issue. The Windows printer driver controls how printing is done regardless of your printer settings.
Excel controls the format of your page with column widths and line height. Depending on your version of Excel, after selecting your print range and your margins, you will need to go to Page Setup and select "Fit to" -- select 1 page wide and a larger number of pages tall.
You should tell us your "Operating System, Spreadsheet Program and Printer" for us to give you a difinitive answer. Whithout this info I will attempt to give you a general answer.
In your spreadsheet program, go to "File" and select "Page Setup" and set your paper size and set your margines and Portrait/landscape option. Your spreadsheet display should show you the paper limits for printing each page. Adjust the columns to the paper size. Highlight all the columns and rows you want to print. Find the menu option to set print area and click it. Now the computer will send the paged information to the printer and print as many pages as needed to cover the print area.
I had this problem on my Vista pc but it was for all programs it would
say its printing and nothing happened,what I did was leave the old one
installed on the pc and created another and then deleted the old.But
have you tried uninstalling excell and re-installing it to see if that
changes anything, and when you reinstalled epson did you go to their
site and download the updated firmware/software for the printer this
could be another cause?!
I also had this problem, through trial and error I found that if you go into File, Page setup in excel then the Page tab, make sure the print quality is set to 600 dpi. Once I did that it printed correctly.