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How to print rows conditionally in Excel

There are a few different ways that you can print rows conditionally in Excel. One way is to use the IF function. The IF function will allow you to specify a condition, and if that condition is met, the row will be printed. For example, if you wanted to only print rows where the value in column A is greater than 10, you could use the following formula:


This formula would go in the first cell of your sheet (cell A1), and then you would drag it down to apply it to all of the cells in column A. Then, when you go to print your sheet, you can specify that you only want to print rows where that cell contains a TRUE value.

Another way to print rows conditionally is to use a filter. To do this, first select all of the data that you want to filter. Then, go to the Data tab on the ribbon and click Filter. This will add little drop-down arrows next to each header cell. Click on the arrow for the column that you want to filter on, and then select the criteria that you want. For example, if you only want to see rows where column A is greater than 10, you would select Greater Than from the list and then type "10" into the box next to it. Once you've selected your criteria, click OK. Now when you go to print your sheet, only the rows that meet your criteria will be printed.

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