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Issues w/ printing in Microsoft Excel for MAC! AAAAARGH


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Im having issues printing excel documents (from microsoft office) on my mac...

i googled my problem and found this " solution ":

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/9151...d=2513&sid=312


first off they say if i want my page to print normal i have to set the ink to highest quality...

i have like 10 excel documents to print out that is so not practical and will cost me $$$$$ in ink money...its a huge waste

also each page prints so slow under this setting

does anyone know any way around this??? i dont think this is normal..

also they say that the problem is not in excel X or whatever but why is MAC still selling the old version of excel then?

i JUST bought this program like 2 weeks ago
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...why is MAC still selling the old version of excel then?

i JUST bought this program like 2 weeks ago
"MAC" isn't selling Excel. Neither is Apple. :black:
Microsoft created and sells the Office applications.
What issues are you having with printing? Are they the same ones listed in that Micorsoft Support article?
It is possible that the "fix" listed there isn't the best solution for you. It all depends on what exactly is happening when you try to print.

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