Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Preparing for Printing
Preparing to Print
Before you print your document, you should
preview it on the screen so you can sit back and look
at how document layout settings such as the
margins will look in the printed document. In the
preview, although you can only view the document
and cannot edit it, you can tell quite a bit about it
from a different perspective. The following steps
walk you through the Preview process:
2. From the preview area (shown in Figure
25-35), select from the following options:
If you have multiple pages, click in the
page number box, and then click the
Next Sheet or Previous Sheet buttons to
view additional pages.
Use the Zoom controls in the
lowerright to enlarge or reduce the view or
click anywhere in the Preview window
to zoom in or out.
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 publication appears on the right.
Previous sheet
Current sheet
Next sheet
Zoom out
Zoom slider
Zoom in
Fit to sheet
View multiple sheets
Figure 25-35
Previewing your publication.
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