Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Choosing whether to print gridlines and headings
Choosing whether to print gridlines and headings
Excel is a spreadsheet program, which means that it generally
expects the data that you enter in it to be organized into rows
and columns. However, you’re not limited to entering just rows
and columns of dry figures; you can add images, place text in
cells outside your tables, and format your worksheet so that
your data looks exactly the way that you want it to.
gridlines, column headings, and row headings. If you’ve printed
any Microsoft Office document, you’ve probably noticed that
some elements that work very well on your computer screen
don’t translate well to the printed page. Gridlines, column
headings, and row headings are like that. When you’re looking at
data on a computer screen, those three elements usually help
you make sense of your data, but those same elements can
clutter your printouts. Excel leaves it up to you; you can choose to
print your headings and gridlines or not.
In the spirit of offering you as much control as possible, Excel
enables you to choose whether to print your worksheets’
Choose to print gridlines
1 Click the Page Layout tab.
2 In the Sheet Options group, under Gridlines, select the Print check
box.
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Choose to print headings
1 Click the Page Layout tab.
2 In the Sheet Options group, under Headings, select the Print check
box.
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