Tips on printing spreadsheets from Microsoft Excel 2003, including adding page numbers and repeating column headers for clarity.
* Add Time and Date to Printed Spreadsheets
Hard copies of spreadsheets can contain the time and date they were printed.
* Adding the File Path or Name to a Header or Footer
Add the spreadsheet file path and/or name to the top or bottom of printed Microsoft Excel 2003 spreadsheets.
* Use Different Underline Styles
Underline text inside cells of a Microsoft Excel 2003 spreadsheet with different styles.
* Toggle Row and Column Headings
Toggle printing row and column headings on your Excel 2003 spreadsheets.
* Add Page Numbers
Quickly add page numbers to the top or bottom of your printed Excel 2003 spreadsheets.
* Toggle Page Breaks View
Get a better feel of how your Excel 2003 spreadsheets will be paginated when printed.
* Repeat Rows or Columns on Each Printed Page
Make large printed Excel 2003 spreadsheets easier to read by repeating row and/or column descriptions on each page.
* Print a Draft Copy of Your Spreadsheet
Need to repeatedly print the same Microsoft Excel 2003 spreadsheet for proofing purposes? Learn how to save time and money using draft mode.
* Toggle Printing Guidelines
Do you need lines printed between each cell of a Microsoft Excel 2003 spreadsheet?
* Center Small Spreadsheets on Printouts
Make printed Microsoft Excel 2003 spreadsheets more visually appealing by centering them on a page.
* Split a Spreadsheet Among Multiple Printed Pages
Prevent Excel 2003 tables from being chopped in half by moving them to the next page.
* Configure How Cells Containing Errors are Printed
In a Microsoft Excel 2003 spreadsheet, how should cells containing logical or mathematical errors be printed?
* Fit More on a Printed Page
Cram more information in a Microsoft Excel 2003 spreadsheet onto a single printed page.
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