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Speeding Up Printing in Excel

If you're looking for ways to speed up your printing process in Excel, you've come to the right place. In this article, we'll share with you a few tips and tricks that can help you get your prints out faster.

1. Use Print Preview

One of the best ways to speed up your printing process is to use Print Preview. This feature allows you to see how your document will look when it's printed, so you can make any necessary adjustments before sending it to the printer. To access Print Preview, click the File tab, then click Print. From there, you can make any changes that you need to before printing.

2. Adjust Your Page Setup

Another way to speed up your printing process is to adjust your page setup. This can be done by clicking the File tab, then clicking Page Setup. From there, you can make changes to things like margins, paper size, and orientation.

3. Use Shortcuts

There are a few shortcuts that can help you speed up your printing process in Excel. For example, pressing CTRL+P will open the print dialog box so you can quickly send your document to the printer. Additionally, pressing CTRL+SHIFT+F9 will force Excel to print only the active worksheet.

4. Change Your Default Printer

If you find yourself printing to the same printer over and over again, you can change your default printer so that it's always selected when you go to print. To do this, click the File tab, then click Options. From there, click Advanced, then scroll down to the Printing section and select the printer that you want to use as your default from the drop-down menu.

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