Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Saving your workbook
FIGURE 12.9
Viewing the worksheet in Page Layout view
3. When you’re ready to print, choose File
Print. At this point, you can change
some print settings. For example, you can choose to print in landscape rather
than portrait orientation. Make the change, and you see the result in the preview
window.
4. When you’re satisfi ed, click the Print button in the upper-left corner. The page
is printed, and you’re returned to your workbook.
Saving your workbook
Until now, everything that you’ve done has occurred in your computer’s memory. If the
power should fail, all may be lost — unless Excel’s AutoRecover feature happened to kick
in. It’s time to save your work to a fi le on your hard drive.
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