Get yourself trained on Print and Present with this Online Training Print and Present Your Excel Worksheets in Professional Ways.
Online Training Print and Present Your Excel Worksheets in Professional Ways
Teaching11Courses on Excel and Data Analysis!OVER25,000 visitors visit my blog ExcelDemy dotcom every month!!OVER 15,000successful students have already takenmy online courses since November, 2015with375totalReviews!!!Course Updated:Nov 01.2016When you are finished with your Excel dashboard, or reporting, you need to print it out to present the materials to an audience. The audience might be your boss or a group of people. So you need to learn how to print an Excel worksheet very well. In this Print and Present your Excel worksheet in Professional ways crash course, you will learn how to setup and print an Excel worksheet for the best print.Lets discuss now what you will learn from this course.Three Views of Your Worksheet: At first you will learn how to view your Excel worksheet in three ways: Normal View, Page layout view and Page Break Preview.Page Setup Settings: Then you will work with how to setup your page.Then how to use Header and Footer effectively.How to use water mark to your printingThen you will work with Custom ViewsThen you will learn how to run the Spell Checker to check out your spelling in the worksheet.Here is not the end of the course. Time to time, I shall add more lectures to the course that will teach you how to get the best print from your worksheet. So, if you are interested to learn how to take a better print of your worksheets, then this course is for you. Thanks for reading. Enjoy the course!
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