Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Protect, Save, and Print
After you complete the work of entering,
formatting, analyzing, and charting your data,
you can share it with others. Sharing data
usually means either saving it and sharing the
file, or saving it and sharing a printout. The
tips in this chapter make it easier to share
your work with others.
The printing tips in this chapter focus on
printing multiple-page worksheets and
multiplesheet workbooks. You find out how to select
noncontiguous cell ranges and print them and
how to repeat row and column labels across
The two key printing tools are the Page Setup
dialog box and the Print Preview window.
Familiarize yourself with the many choices
You can protect your worksheet so others
can view and print it but cannot make changes
to it. You can also save your workbook as
a template. By saving your workbook as a
template, you eliminate the chore of
recreating a special-purpose worksheet each
time you need to use it. In addition, you can
save documents in many formats; in this
chapter, you review a few document formats
and the advantages of each are explained.
Chapter 9 carries forward the themes
introduced in this chapter. There you learn
more about exchanging data between Excel
and other applications.