In this article, we will show you how to zoom out on Google Sheets. Simply follow the process below.
Follow the steps below to zoom out Google Sheets using the menu options.
In Google Sheets, click on 'View' in the toolbar, then select 'Zoom'. Choose a lower zoom level than the current one (e.g., from 100% to 75% or 50%) from the dropdown menu.
If the new zoom level isn't suitable, re-adjust by selecting another lower percentage. After adjusting, ensure the new zoom level allows you to see more of the spreadsheet while maintaining readability.
Follow the steps below to quickly zoom out in Google Sheets using keyboard shortcuts.
To zoom out, press 'Ctrl' and '-' simultaneously on your keyboard. On a Mac, use 'Cmd' and '-'.
Continue using the shortcut until the spreadsheet is zoomed out to your preferred level.
After adjusting, check the sheet to ensure the zoom level is suitable for viewing a larger area.
Follow the steps below to use Google Chrome's zoom function to adjust the view of a Google Sheets document.
Locate the zoom controls in Chrome in the top right corner represented by the three dots icon.
Click the menu button. In the dropdown menu, find the 'Zoom' section. Use the '-' button in this section to decrease the zoom level.
"Continue clicking '-' until you reach the desired zoom level for optimal viewing of your Google Sheets document.
Check your document after zooming out to ensure the level is appropriate. To reset to the default zoom level in Chrome, click the menu button and select '100%' in the 'Zoom' section.
We hope that you now have a better understanding of how to zoom out on Google Sheets. If you enjoyed this article, you might also like our article on how to Zoom In on Google Sheets or our article on how to switch X and Y axis in Google Sheets.
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