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Printing Workbook Properties in Excel

When you want to print workbook properties in Excel, there are a few things you need to know. First, you need to open the workbook that you want to print properties for. Then, go to File > Print. In the Settings section, select Properties. You can also select other options in this section, such as whether to include gridlines or headings. Finally, click Print. Your workbook's properties will now be printed.

There are a few different types of properties that you can print. The first type is general properties, which include the workbook's name, author, company, and keywords. You can also print summary information, which includes things like the total number of sheets in the workbook and the number of cells that contain data. Finally, you can print custom properties, which are properties that you've added yourself.

To add a custom property, go to File > Properties. In the Custom Properties section, click Add. Enter the name and value of your property, then click OK. Your custom property will now be saved and will be printed along with the other properties when you print them.

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