Printing a Chart in Microsoft Excel

In this article, we are going to learn how to print a chart in Microsoft Excel.

Before learning how to print a chart, we should know about few things. In Excel, we have two types of charts: – Embedded chart and Chart sheets. We can print it just the way we can print a worksheet.

Let’s take an example and understand.

We have agent’s sales data, and we will create a chart in the different sheet.

 

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Follow below steps to create the chart in the separate sheet:-

  • Select the data range.

 

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  • Press the shortcut key F11 to insert the chart.
  • Chart will be inserted in new sheet.

 

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  • We change the chart type into line chart for the better graphic information.

 

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To print the chart, follow below given steps:-

  • Go to the chart sheet.
  • In the Page Layout tab, click on the small arrow icon in the right side to the page Setup group.

 

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  • Page Setup dialog box will appear.
  • In the bottom right corner, click on Print Preview.

 

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  • New window will appear where we can see the chart’s print preview.

 

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  • To give the printout, click on the Print icon.

Conclusion: - By following the above steps, you will be able to print a chart in Microsoft Excel.

 

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