|I'm glad you have found a workaround.|
You may have misunderstood my response, and now that I've reread my post I can see why. Allow me to explain what I meant.
I was not suggesting that you increase the right margin of the spreadsheet, I was suggesting that you move the "margins" of the individual columns in Print Preview until you get a printout that meets your needs.
When you click the Show Margins button in the Print Preview window, it shows you where each column "margin" is. It seems that the location of column "margins" for printing is different that the column margins in the spreadsheet.
I was able to get text in adjacent columns to print right next to each other by moving the column margins in Print Preview, and while it looked OK in Print Preview and on paper, it caused the columns to overlap when viewing the spreadsheet itself.
In any case, I'm glad you problem is solved.
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