Printing in Excel 2013

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How to Print in Excel 2013

To save paper and your sanity, print your worksheet directly from the Print screen in Excel 2013’s Backstage view by clicking File→Print (or simply pressing Ctrl+P or Ctrl+F2). The Print screen shows you [more…]

How to Adjust Margins in Excel 2013

Excel 2013 offers you several options for adjusting the margins when necessary. The Normal margin settings that Excel applies to a new report uses standard top, bottom, left, and right margins of 3/4 inch [more…]

How to Use the Print Titles Feature in Excel 2013

Excel 2013’s Print Titles feature enables you to print particular row and column headings on each page of the report. Print titles are important in multipage reports where the columns and rows of related [more…]

Make Your Own Customized Excel 2013 Header or Footer

Occasionally, you may want to insert information in Excel 2013 that is not available in the stock list boxes or in an arrangement that Excel doesn’t offer in the readymade headers and footers. [more…]

How to Use the Page Break Preview in Excel 2013

The Page Break preview feature in Excel 2013 enables you to spot and fix page break problems in an instant, such as when the program wants to split information across different pages that you know should [more…]

How to Split the Worksheet into Windows in Excel 2013

Although zooming on the worksheet can help you get your bearings in Excel 2013, it can’t split the worksheet into two separate windows so that you can compare their data on the screen. To manage this kind [more…]

How to Cancel Print in Excel 2013

When you click the Quick Print button, Excel 2013 routes the print job to the Windows print queue, which acts like a middleman and sends the job to the printer. If you want to cancel the print job after [more…]

How to Print Only the Charts in Excel 2013

Sometimes, you may want to print only a particular chart embedded in the worksheet of Excel 2013 (independent of the worksheet data it represents or any of the other stuff you’ve added). To do this, open [more…]

How to Solve Page Break Problems in Excel 2013

The Page Break Preview feature in Excel 2013 enables you to spot page break problems in an instant as well as fix them, such as when the program wants to split onto different pages information that you [more…]

Excel 2013: Using the Print Titles Feature

Excel’s Print Titles enable you to print particular row and column headings on each page of the report. Print titles are important in multi-page reports where the columns and rows of related data spill [more…]

How to Print from the Excel 2013 Backstage View

The Excel 2013 Backstage view contains a Print screen opened by choosing File→Print or pressing Ctrl+P. This Print screen enables you to do any of the following: [more…]

How to Quick Print an Excel 2013 Worksheet

As long as you want to use Excel’s default print settings to print all the cells in the current worksheet, printing in Excel 2013 is a breeze. Simply add the Quick Print button to the Quick Access toolbar [more…]

How to Massage the Margins in Excel 2013

The Normal margin settings that Excel 2013 applies to a new report use standard top and bottom margins of 0.75 inch (3/4 inch) and left and right margins of 0.7 inch with just over a 1/4 inch separating [more…]

How to Create a Custom Header or Footer in Excel 2013

Although Excel 2013 offers several stock headers and footers, you may want to insert information not available or in an arrangement that Excel doesn’t offer in the ready-made headers and footers. [more…]

How to Print Worksheets in Excel 2013

You can print your work in Excel 2013 on paper to share with people who may not have computer access or to pass out as handouts at meetings and events. You can print the quick-and-easy way with the default [more…]

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