Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Printing Your Worksheet
Setting Security and Printing Options
Settings: The first option allows you to
specify whether to print the entire
worksheet as determined by the print area or
whether to print only specific pages or a
selected area. If you want to print only
certain pages, enter into the Pages text box,
the page numbers separated by a comma or
a dash. For example to print only the first
three pages, enter 1, 2, 3 or 1-3. Other
choices include settings such as margins,
orientation, paper size or collating options.
The final option is for document scaling.
With the workbook open and ready to send, click
the File tab and choose Save & Send>Send using
Email. Then click the Send as Attachment button.
Excel launches your e-mail application with the
workbook listed as an attachment. Type the
recipients e-mail address or click the To button to select
from your Outlook Contact List (See Chapter 21,
“Working with Outlook Contacts”). Work
automatically adds the workbook title as the message
subject, but you can change it. Optionally, type a
message in the Message body (See Figure 12-28). Click
the Send button when you are finished.
Choose the options you want and then click the
Print button to begin printing.
If you have e-mail access, you can send a workbook
directly to another person. Excel copies the
workbook contents as an attachment to an e-mail
message. Recipients must have Excel installed on their
systems to open the workbook file. Although many
e-mail applications work fine with this feature,
Office works best with Outlook or Windows Mail.
E-mailing an Excel workbook.