Jul 12 2023 09:54 PM
Jul 13 2023 12:28 AM
In Excel, you can hide specific cells or ranges from printing by using the "Print Settings" options. Here is how you can exclude a specific cell with text from printing:
Now, when you print your worksheet, the specific cell or range you formatted with the custom format will be excluded from printing. However, it is important to note that the cells will still exist in the worksheet and retain their content—they will just appear empty when printed.
Remember to save your workbook after applying the custom number format to preserve the changes.
Note: Keep in mind that this method will hide the content of the specific cell or range when printing. If you want to hide the cell completely, including its borders and any adjacent cells, you can also consider adjusting the cell properties, such as changing the font color to match the cell background color or resizing the cell to a very small size. The steps were processed with the help of AI.
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Jul 13 2023 12:31 AM
Jul 13 2023 12:52 AM
I apologize for the confusion. So far i know, in Excel, there is no built-in feature to directly exclude a specific cell from printing while keeping the text visible.
Here are some links on how to do this with workarounds.