Copy Print Settings In Excel Worksheets

BY STANLEY ZAROWIN

Q. Is there a fast way to copy the print settings from one Excel worksheet to another?

A. It’s as easy as holding down the Shift or the Ctrl key. Click on the tab of the worksheet you want to copy. Then hold down the Shift or Ctrl key and click on the tab of the worksheet where you want the settings and click on File, Page Setup and OK .

Bonus : It will do more than copy all the basic print settings; it also will copy header and footer settings.

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