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Where is the Print Preview in Microsoft Excel 2010 and 2013

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In Microsoft Excel 2003, users can edit a worksheet before printing under “Print Preview” mode, such as zoom in and zoom out, set up pages, and provides an X button to close Print Preview. When upgrade to Microsoft Excel 2010 and 2013, they may be greatly different. Do you imagine use the Excel 2010/2013/2016/2019 function under the Excel 2003 interface? This article provides the ways to get the Print Preview, both with an add-in Classic Menu for Excel and in New Ribbon.

If you have Classic Menu for Excel 2010 installed, you can …

Method A:

With Classic Menu for Excel 2010 and 2013 installed, there will be a fast way in finding the Print Preview button. Click the Menus tab, and get the Print Preview button in the toolbars. The following picture shows its position as clear as possible.

Method B:

  • Click Menus tab
  • Click File tab, move to Print Preview.
  • Click Print Preview, and there will be a Print Preview window popping up, just as what you use in Excel 2003.

If you have not Classic Menu for Excel 2010 and 2013 installed, you can …

Excel 2010/2013/2016/2019 improves and redesigns the backstage, which has added Print option into it. It combines the Print dialog, the most common Page Setup elements, and Print Preview. To get Print Preview, here is a simple way to go.

  • Click File tab.
  • Move to Print tab
  • Or use the shortcut key Ctrl + P.

In this window, there are much more things you can do. By default you can set up printer, paper size , pages, and so on. The Print Preview function lies on the right of the window.

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