To print a file in Microsoft Excel, you can use the following steps:

Method 1: Using Keyboard Shortcuts

  1. Open Excel File:
    • Open the Excel file you want to print.
  2. Print Shortcut:
    • To quickly open the Print dialog, you can use the following keyboard shortcut:
      • Press Ctrl + P (Windows) or Command + P (Mac).
  3. Configure Print Settings:
    • The Print dialog will open. Here, you can configure print settings such as the printer, number of copies, page range, etc.
  4. Print:
    • After configuring your settings, click the “Print” button to start the printing process.

Method 2: Using Ribbon Commands

  1. Open Excel File:
    • Open the Excel file you want to print.
  2. Navigate to the Ribbon:
    • Click on the “File” tab in the ribbon to go to the Backstage view.
  3. Print Option:
    • In the Backstage view, you’ll see the “Print” option on the left. Click on it.
  4. Configure Print Settings:
    • This will take you to the Print settings. Here, you can configure your print settings.
  5. Print:
    • After configuring your settings, click the “Print” button to start the printing process.

Please note that the keyboard shortcuts and menu options can sometimes vary depending on the version of Microsoft Excel you are using. The provided shortcuts are applicable to Excel 2013 and later versions.

Always refer to the official Microsoft Excel documentation or your software’s help menu for the most up-to-date information, as features and shortcuts may change with software updates.

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