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

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Specifying What and Where to Print

Click the Print button on the Standard toolbar, and the entire active area of the current worksheet is immediately sent to the printer. For all but the most basic of worksheets, you'll probably need to provide a bit more information, beginning with specifying exactly what you want to print. To do so, choose File, Print to display the Print dialog box.

You can print only a particular range of pages by entering the starting and ending page numbers in the From and To boxes in the Print Range area of the Print dialog box, shown in Figure 11-9.

Use the Print dialog box to tell Excel what you want to print and how many copies you want.

Figure 11-9. Use the Print dialog box to tell Excel what you want to print ...

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