Monday, March 19, 2007

March 19, 2007

Dear Sassy: I need to print an Excel document I received in an e-mail. I have printed it and it all comes out on one page—which I cannot read. What do I need to do? Thanks!
~Printing not in Paradise

Dear Printing: This a great question where the answer can be applied to printing from all different mediums. First open up the document that you are trying to print. Go to File > Print Preview. This should give you an idea of what the document will look like before printing. Once you are in the Print Preview you should have some choices at the top of the window. Click on Setup. This will bring up the Page Setup menu. Carefully review the selections that are chosen on this page. Verify that the scaling of the page is correct. Or maybe you need to change the orientation of the page - portrait versus landscape. Once you have made your changes, click Ok. This will immediately activate your changes in the Print Preview screen. If your document looks good, go ahead and click Print. If you need to make some more changes, click back on Setup.

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