However, my charts are not quite full enough for the actual size that I want. The charts might appear bigger, but they are not quite full, and this isn't easy to fix in Excel. If you want to make these more full, you first need to set the chart's scale value in the Source data. How to print a chart in a full page — Ask LibreOffice A full-page chart in Excel requires that you have a chart that is sizable in the original sheet (which in our example is the Sheet1 sheet of our data). In this way, you can make a full-page chart without creating a new chart on each sheet of the data. (You could have more options here, but I was having too much trouble to learn them.) First, you need to identify your charts. To do this, you can use a chart-sizes chart. I use this chart for testing my charts and for measuring the amount of ink in a particular sheet, but you could use any chart for this purpose. After you identify your charts, you will have a lot of options for sizing the chart. You can use the “Charts” (right) for all of your chart options: Size, Column, Row, and Height/Width. Charts come in handy a lot. For example, you can find your charts in the top right panel in the charts panel: So the first step is to learn how to find the chart size. Let's say your Source data is 1,000 rows and 6 columns, and your size chart is 2 columns by 2 rows. For the size chart, click Size chart and select 2 columns and 2 rows. The chart size will appear under Chart Type. If you want to set the dimensions of the chart to a smaller size, you first need to set the chart's size value to the smallest available value (I chose “small”). If you want to set the height and width, you need to increase the chart's height and width value. After setting the chart's size value and height and width to the actual dimensions, you can resize the chart.