On 01/11/2012 09:39 PM, Brian Barker wrote:
At 15:44 11/01/2012 -0500, Dottie Noname wrote:
Besides Format ----->Print Ranges--->Define......is there a quick way
to set a print range?
Yes: Alt+O, N, D.
o Go to Tools | Customize... | Keyboard.
o Under Category, select Format.
o Under Function, select Define Print Area.
o Under "Shortcut keys", select your preferred shortcut.
o Click Modify and OK.
I trust this helps.
Perfect. Thanks for the help.
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