Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Chapter 11: Printing and presenting
(or clicking the dialog box launcher in the Page Setup group) to display the Page tab in
the Page Setup dialog box. The same options are duplicated in the Print category on the
Figure 11-2 Click the File tab, and then click Print to display the most popular printing options,
as well as Print Preview, in Backstage view.
On the Page tab of the Page Setup dialog box shown in Figure 11-1, the Print Quality
dropdown list shows the quality options available for your printer. A laser printer, for example,
might offer print-quality settings of 600 dots per inch (dpi), 300 dpi, and 150 dpi. Higher
dpi settings look better, but they cause a page to take longer to print. If the Print Quality
drop-down list is not available, you might be able to adjust these settings—and more—
using your printer driver’s dialog box, which you can access by clicking the Options button
on the Page tab in the Page Setup dialog box. You can also access the printer driver dialog
box by clicking Printer Properties in the Print category on the File tab.