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    Have column snap to page layout edge


    How can I set up my excel sheet so that the columns width exactly fits the layout space (have the last column snap to the right margin of the page)?
    When I try and drag it over it pops up on the next page or falls short of the right margin....

    Thanks so much for the help!!

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    Re: Have column snap to page layout edge

    Highlight the number of columns you want, go to the View ribbon and select Zoom to Selection.
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