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04/20/2011

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Is it possible to split a schedule down by columns as apposed to rows if your schedule does not fit on a sheet width wise not length?

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Splitting only works for rows - if you need to break apart the schedules according to columns, you'll want to duplicate the schedule and then remove selected columns from each table. As an example, you could put columns 1-10 in one schedule and columns 1,2, and 11-15 in the second schedule (or whatever distribution you are looking for).

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