Step 1: To format the page size, go to Format → Page in the menu bar. The dialogue box will appear which shown in Figure 11.21.
Step 2: Choose Page Tab (refer Figure 11.22)
Step 3: Choose the Page size, Orientation and Page Margin
Before printing the spread-sheet, it is necessary to verify the Print Preview, in order to check the required format.
For print preview, go to File -> Page Preview
If the spread-sheet has required format, press close preview, otherwise choose Format Page and Margin Tab in the top of the screen.
Header and Footer are some titles (such as Document Title, Author Name) or references (such as page no, number of pages, date) or remarks to be printed in the top (called as Header) and bottom of the page (called as Footer). The header and footer dialogue boxes are shown in Figure 11.23 and 11.24.
If a sheet is printed on multiple pages, you can set up certain rows or columns to repeat on each printed page.
For example, if the top two rows of the sheet as well as column A need to be printed on all pages, do the following steps:
Step 1: Choose Format → Print Ranges → Edit.
Step 2: On the Edit Print Ranges dialog, type the rows in the text entry box under Rows to repeat. For example, to repeat rows 1 and 2, type $1:$2. This automatically changes Rows to repeat from “- none –“ to “- user defined –“.