8. share your work

In many instances, when you’re finished creating and formatting a worksheet or chart, you’ll need to print it or e-mail it to another Excel user.

Although you can just use the Print command to send a sheet to your printer for hard copy, Excel offers a wide variety of page setup options you can use to customize your printout. For example, you can change page orientation and scaling, set margins, and add headers and footers. All of these settings affect the way your sheet will appear when printed.


Fortunately, Excel’s Print Preview feature (shown here) enables you to see what your sheets will look like before you print them, so ...

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