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A view is a picture of the worksheet that has specific characteristics associated with it, such as print settings and whether to include hidden rows and columns. In View Manager, under View Includes, you can select two check boxes:
Note To use Report Manager or View Manager, you must have the respective add-in installed. If the add-ins are not listed in the Add- Ins dialog box, run Setup in maintenance mode to install them.
Creating the Views
Creating a Simple Report
Printing the Report
"Microsoft Excel User's Guide," version 5.0, Chapter 14, "Creating and Printing Custom Reports" and Chapter 32, "Changing How to View Your Worksheet"
For more information about Views and Reports, click Answer Wizard on the Help menu, and then type:
How Do I Print a Report
Article ID: 142529 - Last Review: August 18, 2005 - Revision: 2.1
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