Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Printing Without Opening Excel
Another quick printing method is
found in Windows Explorer, and you don’t even
have to open the file to do it. You won’t be able
to change any print settings, but Excel will print
the active worksheet from the last time the file
Right-click on the file name and choose Print
from the shortcut menu (see Figure 10-20).
Windows will open the selected workbook in
Excel (even if it is not already open) and print
the file. Windows will then close the workbook
and Excel (unless it was already open).
Print a worksheet from Windows Explorer.