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The resulting printout should contain only the table of the data and the chart
resulting from the data.
Then, click on any empty cell in your spreadsheet to deselect the table and chart.
6.8.2 Printing Only the Chart on a Separate Page
Objective : To print only the chart on a separate page
1. Click on any “white space” just inside the outside border of the chart in the top
right corner of the chart to create the gray border around all of the borders of the
chart in order to “select” the chart.
The resulting printout should contain only the chart resulting from the data.
Important note: After each time you print a chart by itself on a separate page,
you should immediately click on any white space OUTSIDE the chart to remove
the gray border from the border of the chart. When the gray border is on the
borders of the chart, this tells Excel that you want to print only the chart by itself.
You should do this now!
6.8.3 Printing Only the SUMMARY OUTPUT of the
Regression Analysis on a Separate Page
Objective : To print only the SUMMARY OUTPUT of the
regression analysis on a separate page
1. Left-click your mouse at the cell just above SUMMARY OUTPUT in cell A50
on the left of your spreadsheet and drag the mouse down and to the right until
all of the regression output is highlighted in dark blue on your screen from A50
2. Change “Scale to Fit” so that the SUMMARY OUTPUT ﬁts onto one page.
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