Printing files directly from Windows


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Printing files directly from Windows

When it's time to print a file, we typically open up that file in its native application and print from there. For example, an Excel spreadsheet we'll open it up in Microsoft Excel and we'll use the print functionality built into the menus of Excel. Same thing goes for a Word document. But we can save ourselves some steps by printing directly from Windows and what Windows 7 will do is temporarily launch the application to print from there to your default printer. Let's test this out with some sample files.

You can see I have got the 09_01 subfolder of the Chap09 folder of the Exercise Files open here. I have got two different types of files. One is a text document, the other a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. So instead of opening up maybe Notepad or WordPad, even Microsoft Word and then opening up this document called VeggieStirfry, I can print directly from Windows Explorer. With the file selected, all I need to do is either click the Print button, which appears on the toolbar....

Printing files directly from Windows
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Printing files directly from Windows provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Windows 7 Essential Training

Subjects:
Business Education + Elearning
Software:
Windows
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