In this video, learn how to print various parts of a workbook using different print options, such as orientation, margins, scaling, and number of copies to be printed.
- [Instructor] There're still times…when we need a hard copy of our workbook here in Excel…in Office 365, and we'll need to know some of the options…when it comes to printing.…That's what we're going to explore in this movie…with our completed Red30 projected revenues workbook,…R30Revenues03_final.…Now, you may have noticed when we decided…to send an attachment in the previous movie as a PDF,…some lines in the background started to show up,…and that's just showing us where page breaks are,…the edge of the page, and how our workbook,…or in this case, our single sheet in our workbook,…will appear on multiple pages.…
We'll really see this when we go to print as well.…Let's do that by going to the File tab, and selecting Print.…From here, you'll need to select your printer…and then there are some options down below…that are going to work in our favor…if we want to make this easy to view after it's printed.…Let's start with what we see down below here,…the orientation.…If we were to turn this on its side,…maybe it wouldn't get cut off at June.…
- Explore efficient methods for adding functions and formulas.
- Format text, numbers, dates, and times.
- Save, share, and print your workbooks.
- Recognize how to freeze panes to control your view.
- Recall methods for protecting documents.