In Excel you can print your worksheets just the way they look after you enter the data, or you can enhance the printout using several page layout options. When you select Excel's Page Setup command, the Page Setup dialog box offers four tabs: Page, Margins, Header/Footer, and Sheet. In this section, you learn how to change the orientation and paper size on the Page tab; change the page margins on the Margins tab; work with headers and footers using the Header/Footer tab; and use the Gridlines option on the Sheet tab.
By default, Excel worksheets print without gridlines, which separate the cells . Your worksheets often look cleaner without the grids. However, you can change the overall appearance of your worksheet by printing the gridlines.