Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Printing a File
The Help features enable the staff at Delmar Office Supplies to get answers to ques-
tions they have about any task or procedure when they need it. The more you practice
getting information from the Help system, the more effective you will be at using Office to
its full potential.
Printing a File
At times, you’ll want a paper copy of your Office file. The first time you print during each
session at the computer, you should use the Print menu command to open the Print dialog
box so you can verify or adjust the printing settings. You can select a printer, the number
of copies to print, the portion of the file to print, and so forth; the printing settings vary
slightly from program to program. For subsequent print jobs, you can use the Print button
to print without opening the dialog box, if you want to use the same default settings.
Printing a File
Reference Window
Click File on the menu bar, and then click Print.
Verify the print settings in the Print dialog box.
Click the OK button.
Click the Print button on the Standard toolbar.
Now that you know how to print, you’ll print the agenda for Jake.
To print a file:
1. Make sure your printer is turned on and contains paper.
2. Click File on the menu bar, and then click Print . The Print dialog box opens. See Figure 21.
Print dialog box
Figure 21
your printer
will differ
options of
pages to
number of
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