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Printing

In most cases, when you create a worksheet or chart, you'll want to print it. With Microsoft Excel, you can print all or part of a sheet, multiple sheets, or an entire workbook—all at once. Excel gives you control over page size, margins, headers, footers, page breaks, orientation, scaling, page order, and content. Its Print Preview feature (Figure 1) shows you what your report will look like when printed, so you can avoid wasteful, time-consuming reprints.

Figure 1. Print Preview lets you see reports before you commit them to paper.



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