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Microsoft Excel 'Quick Tip'

Just Print It!

(Works with Excel 97-2000 | Doesn't work with Excel 2002-2003**)

Sometimes you will need to just print a workbook that isn't open. Typically, you would Open the workbook, Print it and Close it. That's three steps! You can, however, print a closed workbook in one step.

From Excel click File, Open, browse to the file, right-click the file and choose Print. Excel will automatically open the file, print it, and close it. Note that this will print only the pages from the sheet that was active when the file was last saved.

** If you can't get this tip to work in your version of Excel, try it from Windows Explorer (select files, right-click, Print).

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