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Microsoft Excel 2013 Inside Out by Mark Dodge and Craig Stinson

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Chapter 11. Printing and presenting

MICROSOFT EXCEL makes it easy for you to produce polished, professional-looking reports. In this chapter, we explain how to define the layout of your printed pages, control page breaks, and preview your pages for printing.

Controlling the appearance of your pages

The options used most often to affect the appearance of your printed pages are available on the Page Layout tab on the ribbon, shown in Figure 11-1. This is the central control panel for setting up paper sizes, margins, and page orientation, as well as for working with page breaks, print areas, and other printing ...

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