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The following articles are available for the 'Printing Charts' topic. Click the article's title (shown in bold) to see the associated article.
Black and White Blues
Getting a chart looking its best on a black-and-white printer can be a challenge. This tip examines different ways you can improve the printout.
Preparing a Chart Sheet for Printing
One type of chart that Excel allows you to create is one that occupies an entire worksheet. When it comes time to print such a chart, there are a few things you can do to make the printout better. Here they are.
Printing a Chart Across Multiple Pages
Wouldn't it be great to have your huge charts print out on multiple pieces of paper that you could then piece together? While Excel doesn't provide this capability directly, this tip looks at some ways that you can get the multi-page printout you want.
Y-Axis Chart Titles are Truncated
When creating a chart, you may find that the titles that appear along your Y-axis are being cut off for some reason. Here's a way you can work around the problem.