When printing from Excel, you can specify which paper tray the printer should use. This is helpful if you have multiple trays and want to make sure that the correct type of paper is used for your print job.
To specify a paper tray, open the Page Layout tab and click on the Print Area button. In the Page Setup dialog box, click on the Paper tab. In the Paper Source section, select the tray that you want to use from the drop-down menu.
You can also specify a paper tray in Excel by going to File > Print. In the Print dialog box, click on the Properties button. This will open the printer's properties dialog box. Click on the Paper/Output tab and then select the desired paper tray from the drop-down menu in the Paper Source section.
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