|DerbyDad03, I just tried your compare side by side, and it isn't highlighted so I can't click on it. I'm assuming that's because the darned 2nd document (same as the first), is already attached in my original workbook.|
Got any other ideas?
As far as the number of columns and pages, that was just an example. I have several columns and I'm not really sure how many pages my original document has ended up being. I know it has been like this for sometime. Originally I didn't see that other set of data, so when I printed it out the first time, it said 1 of 58 or something, and yet I knew my document only had about 20 pages. It just kept printing until I finally realized it was printing the same thing again.
So I had to just tell the printer to print only that many pages I wanted. But, of course I still got that 1 of 58 on all pages. I guess I didn't even clear that out yet when I think about it.
Thanks for trying to help. I hope you experts can put your thinking caps on and come up with a solution. I'm going to be using this list for several years and I hate to have to struggle with it each time I work with it.