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How to: Set Page Margins

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This example demonstrates how to set margins of worksheet pages via properties of the Margins object. To access this object, use the WorksheetView.Margins property of the worksheet view object that is returned by the Worksheet.ActiveView. To select units of measure for worksheet page margins, set the Workbook.Unit property to the required DocumentUnit enumeration member.

Note

The WorksheetView.Margins settings are used when worksheet pages are printed. To learn how to specify other worksheet print options, see the How to: Specify Print Settings document.

// Select a unit of measure used within the workbook.
workbook.Unit = DevExpress.Office.DocumentUnit.Inch;

// Access page margins.
Margins pageMargins = workbook.Worksheets[0].ActiveView.Margins;

// Specify page margins.
pageMargins.Left = 1;
pageMargins.Top = 1.5F;
pageMargins.Right = 1;
pageMargins.Bottom = 0.8F;

// Specify header and footer margins.
pageMargins.Header = 1;
pageMargins.Footer = 0.4F;
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