Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Printing and Publishing
Discovering Word Tools
Click the File tab and, from the Backstage
view that appears, choose Print. A print
settings section appears on the left and a
preview of the worksheet appears on the right.
Printing a Document
When your document is complete and you’ve
reviewed it for any changes, you may want to make
a hard copy of it to file away or to share with
others. Click the File tab and, from the Backstage view
that appears, choose Print. A Print Settings section
appears on the left and a preview of the worksheet
appears on the right. The Print Settings section
seen in Figure 7-47 illustrates the many printing
2. From the preview area (shown in Figure 7-
46), select from the following options:
If you have multiple pages, click in the
page number box, then click the Next
Page or Previous Page buttons to view
Use the Zoom controls in the lower-right to
enlarge or reduce the view or click anywhere
in the Preview window to zoom in or out.
Page number box Next Page Zoom controls
Previewing your document before printing it.
If you’re ready to print your document, continue to
the next section, but if you want to return to the
document, click the File tab.