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Previewing worksheets before printing
Previewing worksheets before printing
Before you print a worksheet, it’s helpful to take a step back
and look at how your data will appear on the printed page. To
do that in Microsoft Excel 2013, you display your worksheet in
Backstage view. While you have your workbook open in
Backstage view, you can zoom in to see cell contents clearly without
altering printing size. Excel 2013 also enables you to view your
workbook in Page Layout view, which displays your workbook
as it will be printed while still enabling you to edit the
workbook’s contents easily. You can adjust the widths of any columns
or rows in Page Layout view, saving you the trouble of switching
between Backstage view and the standard Excel window.
Display a worksheet in Page Layout view
1 Click the View tab.
2 In the Workbook Views group, click Page Layout.
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view and zoom worksheets in Backstage view
1 Click the File tab.
2 Click Print.
3 Click the Zoom To Page button.
4 Click the Return To Workbook button to exit Backstage view.
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