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XI-PrintingBasics - XI. Printing basics Fit to page If you...

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Printing basics 1 XI. Printing basics Fit to page If you click the print button on Excel’s standard toolbar or choose File, Print from the menus, Excel will make all printing choices for you and print the active worksheet using its printing defaults. In the common situation where you have just a little more than a single page to print, Excel will print to two pages unless you direct it otherwise. Choosing the command File, Page Setup opens the Page Setup dialog box. The Page tab includes the Fit to page option. In our example, you can direct Excel to print the entire spreadsheet to a single page and Excel will reduce everything in size just enough to fit it on a single page. For whatever your print situation, you can specify x page(s) wide by x page(s) tall and have Excel make the appropriate sizing adjustments for you automatically. Note that this tab also lets you control printing in portrait or landscape mode.
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Printing basics 2 Headers and footers Also available from the File, Page Setup
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2011 for the course BUS 101 taught by Professor Ecklund during the Spring '01 term at Duke.

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