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Excel | Basic printing exercise | 2007 Printing - MP expenses
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Open the workbook called: MPs formatted for printing from the folder shown above.
In print preview, make the following changes to the print settings:
- Change the margins to:
(These settings should squeeze it onto one page - if not, reduce more!)
- Centre the workbook on the page horizontally
- Add a standard footer giving the current and total number of pages
- Add a custom header with the following details:
Left: Current time is: then the time is automatically printed
Centre: Creative Accounting (in a fancy font)
Right: Confidential (in a huge font!)
Check your new settings on the print preview screen and then print it out (if possible!).
Your workbook should look something like this in print preview:
Something like this is great!
Save the workbook with the new name: MPs with print settings