anonymous
  • anonymous
To preview your spreadsheet before printing it, you will need to ________. A. download a PDF of the spreadsheet B. click the Print button C. change the spreadsheet settings D. publish it to the Web
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Loser66
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Jaynator495
anonymous
  • anonymous
@nincompoop

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@foreverthebeast
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Robert136 no ones helping :/
anonymous
  • anonymous
Every time you try to print something your computer will automatically show the preview to make sure you didn't make the wrong call out of the blue. For example when clicking print Google docs will give you a preview where you can make your preferences to be passed to the printer itself such as one sided, two sided, and the spacing.
anonymous
  • anonymous
However depending on the program used you can make them do a short-cut without preview but this is not a common practice.
anonymous
  • anonymous
so B right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
What version of excel are you using?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is this on google doc?
anonymous
  • anonymous
C is however worded wrong so I'd go with B
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes google docs and thnx :D

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