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Microsoft® Office Excel 2003 Inside Out by Mark Dodge, Craig Stinson

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Will You Need to Print the Worksheet?

Before you start work on a worksheet, you also need to ask yourself if the worksheet will need to be printed. You may realize that you don't need to worry about printing at all, if, for example, the worksheet is to be used for information storage or reference purposes only.

If you will want to print the sheet, consider how your data will look and how the sheet will work on paper. This will make a huge difference to your overall worksheet design. For example, the worksheet in Figure 4-2 will require two pages to print, even if you orient it horizontally (using Landscape mode in the File, Page Setup dialog box). The second page of the printout will contain some of the monthly totals, but you won't see the names ...

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