Is this an HP printer? if so try this. Go to Start, Printers and Faxes and open up that window. Right click on the printer and select properties. Click on the Device settings tab and look for an option that has something to do with extra/extended printing options. Sorry I can't for the life of me remember what it is called right now. If this option is turned on, turn it off. For some reason this messes with the formatting of Excell columns
Comment from THX 1138 helped me resolve this issue. I am printing to an HP 4100. Start > Printers and Faxes > right click on Printer and select Properties > on General tab, click Printing Preferences > click Advanced > under Document Options see 'Advanced Printing Features' and set to Disabled. Apply the changes and reprint and prinout is formatted correctly. Appreciate the help.
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