Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Previewing and Printing the Worksheet
5
Click Landscape in
the Orientation
gallery to change
the worksheet’s
orientation to
landscape
(Figure 2–67).
Do I need to change
the orientation
every time I want to
print the
worksheet?
No. Once you change
the orientation and
save the workbook,
Excel will save the
orientation setting
for that workbook
until you change it.
When you open a new workbook, Excel sets the orientation to portrait.
worksheet set to
print in landscape
orientation
Figure 2–67
Other Ways
1. Click Page Layout tab
on Ribbon, click Page
Setup Dialog Box
Launcher, click Page
tab, click Portrait or
Landscape, click OK
button
Previewing and Printing the Worksheet
In Chapter 1, the worksheet was printed without fi rst previewing it on the screen. By
previewing the worksheet , however, you see exactly how it will look without generating
a printout. Previewing a worksheet using the Print Preview command can save time,
paper, and the frustration of waiting for a printout only to discover it is not what you want.
To Preview and Print a Worksheet
The following steps preview and then print the worksheet.
1
Click the Offi ce Button and then
point to Print on the Offi ce
Button menu to display the Print
submenu (Figure 2–68).
Offi ce
Button
Print Preview
command
Print command
Figure 2–68
 
 
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