Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Using Print Preview
Using Print Preview
It is a good practice to see what your slides look like before you use resources for printing. Slides
with colorful or dark backgrounds can use a lot of printer ink, and color printers are expensive to
operate. You can use the Print Preview feature to see what your printout looks like before printing so
you do not waste these resources. Print Preview has options that allow you to see what your printout
will look like: slides, black-and-white slides, notes, outline, and so on. You can preview any of these
options before printing.
Using Print Preview
1 Click the File tab to show
Backstage view.
2 Click Print .
PowerPoint displays the slide
show in the Print Preview view.
A You can navigate through the
B You can zoom in and out.
3 Click Edit Header & Footer .
The Header and Footer
dialog box appears.
4 Click the Date and time,
Slide number, and Footer
options to enable settings
( changes to ).
Note: See Chapter 9 to learn
more about header and footer
5 Click Apply to All .
C Alternatively, you can click
Apply to apply the setting
to only the currently
visible page.
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