Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Getting Ready to Print a Worksheet
Show Margins button to display the margins. (This little button is in the
lower-right corner of the Print window.)
(right) of the
Making a worksheet more presentable
Before you print a worksheet, visit the Page Setup dialog box and see what
you can do to make your worksheet easier for others to read and
understand. To open the Page Setup dialog box, go to the Page Layout tab and
click the Page Setup group button. Here are your options:
✦ Including page numbers on worksheets: On the Page tab of the Page
Setup dialog box (refer to Figure 4-9), enter 1 in the First Page Number
text box. Then, on the Header/Footer tab, open the Header or Footer
drop-down list and choose an option that includes a page number.
Choosing the Page 1 of ? option, for example, enters the page number
and the total number of pages in the worksheet in your header or footer.
✦ Putting headers and footers on pages: On the Header/Footer tab of the
Page Setup dialog box, choose options from the Header and Footer
dropdown lists. You can find options for listing the file name, page numbers,
the date, and your name. By clicking the Custom Header or Custom
Footer button, you can open the Header or Footer dialog box and
construct a header or footer there. Figure 4-10 shows the Footer dialog box.