Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Applying Office Themes and Layouts
Scale to Fit. Use these commands to force
a certain number of columns and/or rows
onto the printed pages of your worksheet.
You can specify the number of pages wide
or tall, or set a scale, which shrinks or
expands the worksheet to fit on the page.
Sheet Options. These commands allow
you to choose what will be included on
your printed worksheet (using the Print
checkboxes) or only visible onscreen
(using the View checkboxes).
Arrange. The six commands in this last
group of the Page Layout tab allow you to
change the stacking order of graphics on
the page—charts, pictures, drawn shapes
and lines, text boxes—just about anything
you add to the worksheet via the Insert
tab. You don’t need to tinker with the
stacking order unless things overlap, but
if they do, these commands can be quite
handy to make sure the overlap doesn’t
obscure something important. By default,
things stack in the order you added
them—last items on top.
Choose from a series of special Effects for your
worksheet elements—text, graphics, borders, and so on.
Background images, applied through the
Page Setup group of the Page Layout tab, are usually
a distraction from your worksheet content.