Increasing or Decreasing the Spreadsheet Area
The spreadsheet in Exhibit B.1 has fourteen columns (A through N) and 13 rows, which are less than the numbers of rows and columns that are present when a new spreadsheet is activated. Notice the small window in the upper-right-hand corner with the number "130%." This indicates that the spreadsheet is 130% its normal (100%) size , thus reducing the number of rows and columns visible on the screen. For this example the spreadsheet was blown up a little, strictly for presentation purposes, so the typed material in the spreadsheet would be easier to read. To increase or reduce the visible spreadsheet, click on "View" at the top of the window, then click on "Zoom," and this will display a window in which you can alter the size of the spreadsheet. Increasing the size above 100% will reduce the number of rows and columns, and decreasing the spreadsheet size below 100% will increase the number of rows and columns that will appear on the spreadsheet screen.