Excel has a BeforePrint event which enables you run VBA code before a document is printed. This event can also be triggered by Print Preview. But not all Print Previews are the same.
It is easy to print things from Word. It is not so easy in Excel. Excel has this huge grid and if you don’t tell Excel otherwise, it will print everything on the sheet, whether you want it to or not.
Printing in Excel can be a tricky exercise. Both Word and PowerPoint basically don’t let you print outside the page, but each Excel sheet has a huge grid with over 17 billion individual cells. Printing large spreadsheets can be a challenge.
Right clicking in Excel offers many productivity benefits. If you don’t already right click try it, it’s fun to see all the options that are just a click away.
Excel 2010 introduced the File tab with its new Print Preview screen. Many users don’t like this new layout and want the good old fashioned Print Preview screen they are used to. As with many features in Excel, it’s still there, you just need to find it.