How to Center Excel Sheet Horizontally and Vertically on Excel Page

Microsoft Excel allows you to align worksheet on a page, you can change margins, specify custom margins, or center the worksheet horizontally or vertically on the page. Page margins are the blank spaces between the worksheet data and the edges of the printed page. Top and bottom page margins can be used for such items, such as headers, footers and page numbers.

Let’s take an example and understand what command should be applied to center worksheet both horizontally and vertically.
I have data in range A1:B18. Now, I want the Excel to align it center horizontally and vertically on the page.


Click Page Layout > Margins > Custom Margins as shown in the image below.

Page Setup dialog box appears and specification of the sheet will be here as shown in the image below.


Instead of clicking on horizontally and vertically just decrease and increase the margins for Top, bottom, left and right as shown above.

Click OK and the worksheet is aligned.

Alignment of the page is needed to print pages. Hope you learned how to use Page setup in Excel to align pages. You can perform these functions in Excel 2016, 2013 and 2010. Learn more content about Excel here.  If you have any more unresolved query, please state that in the comment box below. We will help you.

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