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  Marko797 18:13 15 Sep 2007

I have MS Office 2007. Why can't I start an Excel A3 page instead of an A4. I seem to be able to do this at work, but can't initiate A3 pages at home. Any ideas, or is it just my MSO version?

  VoG II 18:20 15 Sep 2007

Does your printer support A3?

  Marko797 18:29 15 Sep 2007

No, it doesn't, but why would that affect the initial page set-up? Or is that a dumb question? I wanted to do the work on A3 sheet at home, as opposed to A4, then use at work & print.

  VoG II 18:32 15 Sep 2007

Excel will only list the paper sizes that your printer(s) is/are capable of printing. This has been the case in all versions that I have worked with.

The only way around this would be to add a 'dummy' printer that supports A3 printing. I don't know how to do this, sorry.

  Marko797 18:37 15 Sep 2007

Thnx for the input, appreciated.

  VoG II 18:40 15 Sep 2007

Install PrimoPDF click here (well worth having anyway).

Go into Control Panel > Printers and Faxes, right click PrimoPDF and make it the default printer.

Now in Excel 2007 on the Page Layout tab A3 should be listed under Size.

  Marko797 18:46 15 Sep 2007

VoG: Must apologise, brain not in gear!

Without installing the Primo Pdf:

Went into Excel/Page Layout/Size & it looks like I can initiate whatever size I like including A3. It's the same in Word.

Maybe I had my Office 2003 version head on due to responding to the thread 2003 vs 2007.

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