Printing Headers and Footers Setting Page Breaks Setting Paper Size and Orientation Showing and Hiding Gridlines Print Preview

The first thing you need to do before printing is to fix or modify the page setup of your worksheet(s). PageSetup controls such things as margins, headers and footers, paper size, orientation, …Headers and Footers To automatically repeat text such as a page number, worksheet title, or date, you can add headers or footers to your printed worksheet.

Headers are text that prints on the top of every page; footers appear on the bottom of every page. You can use the built-in headers and footers in Microsoft Excel or create your own.

1- Click Page Setup on the File menu, and then click the Header/Footer tab.
OR click Header and Footer from the View menu.
2-Click the header or footer in the Header box or Footer box.
3- Click Custom Header or Custom Footer.
4- Click in the Left section, Center section, or Right section box, and then click the buttons to insert the header or footer information, such as the page number, date, time, file name,  that you want in that section.

 5-To enter additional text for the header or footer, enter the text in the Left section, Center section, or Right section box.
6- To start a new line in one of the section boxes, press ENTER.
7- To delete a section of a header or footer, select the section that you want to delete in the section box, and then press BACKSPACE.

▼Setting Page Margins
1- To set page margins for one sheet, click the worksheet. To set page margins for more than one sheet, select the sheets.
2- On the File menu, click Page Setup, and then click the Margins tab:

3-In the Top, Bottom, Left, and Right boxes, enter the margin size you want. These settings should be larger than the minimum margins required by your printer.

Note:To see how the page margins will affect the printed document, click the Print Preview button before the document is printed. To adjust the margins in print preview, click Margins, and then drag the handles.

 ▼Setting Page Breaks
1.       Click the heading for the row below the row where you want to insert the page break.
2.       On the Insert menu, click Page Break.

▼Setting Paper Size and Orientation
1.       Click the worksheet.
2.       On the File menu, click Page Setup, and then click the Page tab:


3.       In the Paper size box, click the size of paper you want.
4.       Change the orientation under the Orientation box.

▼Showing and Hiding Gridlines
1.       Click the worksheet.
2.       On the File menu, click Page Setup, and then click the Sheet tab.
3.       Click Gridlines.

▼Print Preview
To see each page exactly as it will print, click the Print Preview button. In print preview, you can see headers, footers, and print titles, which are titles that are repeated on every printed page. You can also change the width of the margins and columns on the worksheet by dragging the sizing handles. In print preview, you can change the way your worksheet prints. 

With the Setup button, you can turn gridlines on or off, print the row and column headings, quickly print a draft copy of your worksheet, and change the order in which pages are printed.  


▼Actual Printing
1- On the File menu, click Print.

2-In the Print what box, choose either selection (prints a range of cells given that you selected this range before invoking the Print command), Active sheets (selected sheets), or Entire workbook.
3- In the Print range box select either All (all pages in a worksheet), or Pages (a range of pages, From 2 to 5 for example)
4- In the Number of copies box, enter the number of copies you want to print.
5- Click OK.


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