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Preparing a Chart Sheet for Printing in Excel

When preparing a chart sheet for printing in Excel, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, you'll want to make sure that your chart is sized correctly. To do this, click on the chart and then click the "Size" tab in the ribbon. From here, you can adjust the width and height of your chart. If you need to, you can also adjust the margins. Just be sure that your chart is sized correctly before you continue.

Once your chart is sized correctly, you'll want to add any titles or labels that you want to appear on your printout. To do this, click on the chart and then click the "Labels" tab in the ribbon. Here, you can add a title, subtitle, and even footnotes. Just be sure to add any labels that you want to appear on your printout.

After your labels are added, it's time to add your data. To do this, click on the chart and then click the "Data" tab in the ribbon. Here, you can select the data that you want to appear on your printout. Just be sure to select all of the data that you want to appear on your printout.

Once your data is selected, you'll want to format it so that it looks its best on your printout. To do this, click on the chart and then click the "Format" tab in the ribbon. From here, you can change the font size, color, and even add special effects like shadows or 3D effects.

After your data is formatted how you want it, you're ready to print! To do this, click on the chart and then click the "Print" tab in the ribbon. From here, you can select what printer you want to use and how many copies of your printout you want. Just be sure to select all of the options that you need before printing.

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