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Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft® Office 2003 by Jim Boyce

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Chapter 21. Saving, Printing, and Emailing Workbooks

In this chapter

  • Saving Excel workbooks

  • Printing all or part of a worksheet or workbook

  • Fitting a large worksheet on a printed page

  • Emailing workbooks

Like any other type of document, a workbook needs to be saved and, in many situations, printed. You have a few options for saving workbooks, and Excel gives you a handful of different file formats from which to choose.

You can also exercise some control over how a worksheet prints, printing the entire worksheet or just a selection. As explained in Chapter 20, “Pies, Bars, and Other Sweet Additions,” you can also print a chart by itself, if needed.

Finally, as you can with Word documents, you can email an Excel workbook. This chapter explains how to accomplish ...

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