What if we want to print our list of apps and prices on one sheet and the charts on a separate page?
To ensure there are no external influences on our scaling, set the Width and Height controls to Automatic.
Adding Page Breaks
Select an empty cell below the table of apps and prices (i.e. cell A20) and select Page Layout -> Page Setup (group) -> Breaks -> Insert Page Break.
Notice the line above the selected cell indicating the page break position.
You can repeat this as many times as you like, isolating sections to new pages.
Removing Page Breaks
To remove a manually inserted page break, select an empty cell below the page break you wish to remove and select Page Layout -> Page Setup (group) -> Breaks -> Remove Page Break.
If you wish to remove all manually assigned page breaks, select Page Layout -> Page Setup (group) -> Breaks -> Reset All Page Breaks.
Graphical Page Break Adjustments
To use the mouse to move page break assignments up/down/left/right, select View (tab) -> Workbook Views (group) -> Page Break Preview.
This displays our printout with solid, dark blue lines indicating page break positions we set and dashed blue lines indicating page breaks to which Excel must conform based on printer restrictions.
Depending on where you position the blue lines, Excel will increase or decrease the scale of each are to fit within the defined print area.
This will no doubt require a bit of trial and error to get the perfect look for your printout, but with practice, it will go quickly.