Many folks use text boxes in MS Excel and they serve a great purpose. You can use them to add information to your worksheet without being limited using cells. It is fun to use textboxes because they are so versatile. You can easily re-size them and move them around to personalize your worksheet.
Once you have added a text box to your worksheet however, be aware that it will be printed along with everything else contained in your worksheet. There may be times when you would rather not have the text boxes printed.
Follow the steps below to prevent the text boxes in your worksheet from being printed:
- Right-click the edge of your text box.
- A shortcut menu will appear.
- Select Size and Properties
- Click on the Properties tab.
- Deselect the Print Object option.
- Click OK.
Other graphic objects in Excel work in the same manner should you elect to use them in your worksheet but not print them.