How to Prep PDFs for Printing in Excel 2010


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Printing and PDFs

Once you set up your worksheet so that you have the right page size, your headers and footers and all the other pre-printing activities, let's go and see what happens when we actually print. Well, you can go up to the File tab for Backstage view. Go down here to Print or you could press Ctrl+P, either way, and here we have our Print Preview and we have it centered on the page horizontally and vertically. We have our headers here and footers here, looks pretty nice. So let's take a look at some of their print settings. First of all, if you just want to print and all of the settings that are already in there are okay, all you have to do is click the Print button and how many copies do you want.

You can choose your printer from right over here and you click this and all of the printers that are configured in your computer are here. I'm just going to click off it and keep the current printer. If you want to get to printer specific properties, you could click this link. What's...

Printing and PDFs
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Printing and PDFs provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Bob Flisser as part of the Excel 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
Software:
Excel
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