In Excel XP page setup options can help you make your worksheet look more professional. Learn all about using the page setup feature in Excel XP here.
The Sheet tab in the Page Setup dialog box provides additional print options you may want to add to your worksheet.
By default, Excel prints from A1 to the last occupied cell in a worksheet. You can specify a different range of cells to print.
This option prints column and row labels on each page of the printout. Specify these rows or columns in the Rows to Repeat at Top and Columns to Repeat at Left text boxes.
This determines whether gridlines are printed. However, turning off gridlines does not affect their appearance in Normal view.
If you used colors in your worksheet but don't want to waste the ink in your color printer, use black and white.
Choose draft quality to print the worksheet without gridlines or graphics.
Click this option to include row numbers and columns letters in your printed document.
This determines the order in which worksheets are printed.