Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Figure 16-17:
The legend
is printed
automatically, but
you can
insert
information
in the box to
the left of it.
The Legend tab of the Page Setup dialog box has only two settings that differ
from the Header and Footer tabs:
You can print the legend on every page or on a separate legend page; or,
you can decide to not print a legend.
You can establish the width of the text area of the legend (the area
where you can insert elements such as the page number or the date).
Unlike a header or footer, where you have to enter something to have
anything appear, a legend prints by default. If you don’t want a legend to print,
choose this tab and then set the Legend On setting to None.
What to print?
If you’re printing a currently displayed view, the View tab of the Page Setup
dialog box is available to you, as shown in Figure 16-18.
You can make the following settings here:
Print All Sheet Columns: Prints every sheet column in the view,
regardless of whether it’s currently visible on-screen. With this option not
selected, only the columns that show in your view will print.
Print First # Columns on All Pages: Allows you to control a specific
number of columns to print.
Print Notes: Prints every task, resource, and assignment note. These
items are printed on a separate notes page.
Print Blank Pages: Choose this setting if you want to print blank pages:
for example, use this setting to print a page that represents a time in
your project when no tasks are occurring. If you want a smaller number
of pages in your printout, don’t choose this setting.
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