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How to Make Google Sheets Landscape (Easiest Way in 2024)

May 8, 2024

How to Make Google Sheets Landscape

Follow the process below to change Google Sheets to a landscape orientation. 

1. Access Print Settings from File Menu

Click on "File" in the top left corner, then select "Print" from the dropdown menu, or press Ctrl + P on your keyboard to open the print settings.

google sheets landscape

2. Change Sheet Orientation to Landscape in Print Settings

In the print settings sidebar, look for the "Orientation" option. Click on "Landscape" to change the orientation of your document from portrait to landscape.

how to make google sheets landscape

3. Confirm and Apply Landscape Orientation

After selecting landscape orientation, click on the "Next" button or close the print preview to apply your changes.

how to change google sheets to landscape

The document itself won't look different, but it will print in landscape orientation.

landscape google sheets

4. Optimize Sheet Layout for Landscape Printing

If necessary, adjust your sheet's content to fit the landscape orientation better. This might include resizing columns or rows and repositioning data for optimal printing.

We hope that you now have a better understanding of how to make Google Sheets landscape. If you enjoyed this article, you might also like our article on how to use DCOUNT in Google Sheets or our article on how to calculate ratio in Google Sheets.

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