Lesson 20 - Lesson 20: Print Management Page 1 By the end...

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Lesson 20: Print Management Page 1 By the end of this lesson, learners should be able to: Specify a print area Preview a page Insert and remove page breaks Print a worksheet or workbook Page 2 Specify a print area In Excel 2003 you can print an entire workbook, a worksheet, a cell range or a cell. Excel defaults to printing the entire worksheet. But if you want to print only a certain area of a spreadsheet then you can define a print area . To Specify a Print Area: Choose View Page Break Preview from the menu bar. A reduced image of the chart is displayed on the screen.
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Click on one of four blue-colored borders and drag to highlight and select the area to print. Choose File Print Area Set Print Area on the menu bar. Only that area you defined in the print range will print when the worksheet is submitted to the printer for printing.
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Page 3 Preview a page before printing Excel 2003 provides a Print Preview capability that shows a smaller picture of the printed page
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2008 for the course CGS 2531 taught by Professor Desimone during the Spring '05 term at University of Florida.

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Lesson 20 - Lesson 20: Print Management Page 1 By the end...

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