Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Printing workbooks, part of Learning Excel for Mac 2016.
- One of the most traditional ways of sharing content…here in Excel is to print it out,…and hand out hard copies.…Of course there are going to be scenarios…where you will want to print out your spreadsheets,…so let's take a look at some of the options…with our Landon Hotels revenue sheet, RH_Revenues0300…if you're getting caught up.…Next we'll click the File menu,…and from here we can set the Print Area.…Now we won't click it yet,…because we need to select the area we want to print…by clicking and dragging.…So we'll go from cell A1 all the way across and down,…as far as we need to go to cover our graph or chart.…
I'm going to go down to Row 24 on mine.…That's the area I want to print.…Next, we'll go up to File, Print Area,…and now we can click Set Print Area…to set this selected region as what it is we want to print.…Next, we'll go back to File,…and you can also use the keyboard shortcut Command P…to get to print,…and that opens up the print dialogue.…And what you're going to see,…is a representation of what we're about to print.…
- Create new workbooks
- Work with text
- Add formulas and functions
- Use Auto Fill
- Format data
- Manage rows and columns
- Share and print workbooks
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started with Excel 2016
2. Modifying Worksheets
3. Sharing and Printing Workbooks
Printing workbooks3m 22s
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