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F. Format and Print

Formatting

You may want to highlight particular quantities in your model by means of formatting. Some examples are described below.

Surround the Qty Produced information with a single line border.

  • Turn on Excel's Formatting Toolbar with the View, Toolbars commands.
  • Select the cells in the range A4:H4.
  • Click the down arrow to the right of the Borders icon on the Formatting Toolbar.
  • To surround the selection with a single-line border, select the last border shown.

Use a font color and background pattern for the Total Profit figure

  • Select the cell that holds the Total Profit calculation (Cell J6).
  • Click the right-hand mouse button to get a pop-up menu of available options.
  • From the pop-up options, select Format Cells.
  • In the Format Cells dialog box, use the Font and Patterns selections to change the font color and add a patterned background to the cell.

Printing

Use the File, Print commands to print your worksheet.

Explore the printing options available under the File, Page Setup commands.

Use the commands Tools, Options, View Formulas to display your worksheet on the screen with formulas shown. You can print this version as you would a regular worksheet (you may want to copy it to a separate worksheet and adjust column widths first).

Headers and footers can be useful for including standard information such as your name, the file name, the date, etc. on each printed page. To set headers and/or footers, choose File, Page Setup and select the Headers and Footers tab.

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