Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Using Print Preview
Figure 11-15 Click the Show Margins button to display lines and handles you can use to adjust
margins and column widths.
Although Page Layout view is generally better for helping you visualize your printed
pages, it still displays your entire worksheet. Even if you specify smaller areas to print
by using the Print Area button or the equivalent settings in the Page Setup dialog box,
Page Layout view displays everything, and it indicates your defined print areas using
dotted lines. Print Preview displays only what will be printed and nothing more,
including page breaks, margins, and formatting.
If you’re not satisfied with the appearance of your worksheet, you can access some helpful
page layout settings without leaving the Print screen:
The Show Margins button in the lower-right corner of the screen displays lines
and handles you can use to change the margins and column widths, as shown in