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Old 09-24-2012, 11:00 AM
sjvjoe sjvjoe is offline Calendar Creation Windows 7 32bit Calendar Creation Office 2007
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I am trying to create a calendar in publisher that when it is printed, comes out on 4, 11x17 sheets of paper.



This is one big calendar. (one month, not one year)

I have tried taking out margins, ruler lines, and I also have tried adjusting the page setup size, there by adjusting the width and height of the printout. I want the entire calendar to fit on these 4 sheets.

What can I do to ensure that I can get the printout that I desire?
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Old 07-14-2016, 06:32 PM
DBlomgren DBlomgren is offline Calendar Creation Windows 8 Calendar Creation Office 2016
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Hi, Joe,

I see you posted this in 2012 and it's had thousands of views but no response. I bet this isn't an issue anymore, but for anyone else who is curious, my suggestion is to use Excel rather than Publisher because Excel loves to divide spreadsheets onto different pieces of paper.
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