You may not always want to print Excel charts that are embedded in a worksheet. Luckily, you don't have to selectively print your data. See how to disable chart printing in Excel 2002/2003.
You have a number of embedded charts in your worksheet, and you don't want them to appear when you print it. With Excel 2002/2003, you don't have to select your data first and print the selection before you print the worksheet to avoid printing the charts. You just have to disable printing for the charts. Follow these steps to disable printing for each chart in your worksheet:
- Press Ctrl and click the chart to select its container.
- Go to Format | Object.
- In the Format Object dialog box, click the Properties tab.
- Deselect the Print Object check box.
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