Print Preview in Excel 2010 adjusts your workbook so it is easier to read on your monitor. However, the printed output may look different than what you see in the preview. If your print preview is different than what is printed, follow the steps in this article.
Please try each method in the order listed. Start by installing the latest Microsoft updates.
You might need to set Windows Update to automatically download and install recommended updates. Installing any important, recommended, and optional updates can often correct problems by replacing out-of-date files and fixing vulnerabilities.
Use Column AutoFit to fix the width (Text cut off at the end or numbers displaying as ######.) and Row AutoFit to fix the height (Text or numbers cut off at the top or bottom). Find out more about the AutoFit functions.
If your Workbook was created on an older version of Excel (2003 or earlier), it will open in Compatibility mode. In Compatibility mode, cells can contain 32,767 characters, but only 1024 will be visible in the cell and only 1024 characters can be printed (all 32,767 characters will be visible in the Formula bar). Find out more about the Compatibility Mode.