Click the File | Print command in the plot window to print the active document.
The File | Print command in the plot window opens the Print dialog.
Set your printer preferences in the Print dialog.
The Printer section contains options to specify the printer. The printer Status, Type, Where, and Comments are listed below the printer Name.
The default system printer is listed in the Name field. If more than one printer is installed on the computer, use the down arrow to the right of the name field to select a different printer.
Click the Properties button to specify a printer and the printer properties. For information on specific printer settings, see the owner's manual for the printer.
The Print Method options control how the document is printed on the page.
Truncate clips objects that extend past the margins.
Fit to Page reduces the size of the plot so that it fits within the specified margins. Margins are set and displayed or hidden with the Layout tab commands.
Tile breaks the drawing into page size pieces and generates multiple pages of output.
View prints the current view in the plot window.
The Print range options control how the worksheet pages are printed. All prints all the pages that contain data. Selection prints the selected worksheet cells.
Specify the number of copies to print in the Number of copies box. If two or more copies of multiple page documents are printed, check the Collate box to separate the copies into packets. Note that some printers do not allow multiple copies.
Check the Collate check box to collate the pages when multiple page documents are printed two or more times.
Each page overlaps adjacent pages by the amount specified in the Horizontal and Vertical overlap fields. These options are only available when the Print Method is set to Tile. The Overlap is the amount of the map that is printed on both pages.
Scale is used when the Print Method is set to Truncate or Tile to reduce or increase the overall size of the drawing. A scale of 100% is actual size, 200% is twice as large, and 50% is half as large.
Click OK to start the print. Click Cancel to close the Print dialog without printing the plot document.
Print - Worksheet