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Truncate table/range results to smaller section for presentation

Discussion in 'Ask an Excel Question' started by excellantay, Aug 9, 2018.

  1. excellantay

    excellantay New Member

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    Hello!

    2 things to start with - this may be more of a powerpoint question and also apologize if it is already answered else where because I didn't know how to call it.

    I have a table/range in Excel that is longer than I want to present in a PowerPoint slide. The table has ~90 rows with headers and a total row at the bottom. I want to present the headers, first 10 rows, last 5 rows and totals in a picture on a slide. I also want to include the squiggle lines or arrows or "ripped page" graphic to indicate that I skipped a bunch of line and just showing an excerpt. Anyone know how to do this?
  2. vletm

    vletm Excel Ninja

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    excellantay
    Could You try to set rowheight for eg 2 to rows from 11 to ~84?
    Screen Shot 2018-08-09 at 15.48.53.png
    hmm ... maybe one would be better
    and totally hide some rows.
  3. Peter Bartholomew

    Peter Bartholomew Active Member

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    It is possible to copy a range and paste it to a shape. The resolution is not the greatest and, unless you are a graphic artist, it is unlikely that you will be able to render a realistic torn paper look.

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