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After open an excel docuemnt, Use mouse right-button to drag to select cells which you want to print in one page. > Setup the right margins as paper size margins. > Use Scale to Fit to avoid cutting page head or bottom part off.
Go to File > Save As to open a pop-up box for saving the Excel document. Next to File Format, at the bottom of that window, choose PDF. Take note of the options just below the format selection drop-down box. Select Save to convert the Excel file to PDF on your Mac.
On your Mac, open the document you want to save as a PDF. Choose File > Print. Click the PDF pop-up menu, then choose Save as PDF. Choose a name and location for the PDF file.
Open a workbook. On the File tab, click Save As. Click Browse. Select PDF from the drop-down list. Click Options. You can publish a selection, active sheet or entire workbook. Click OK and then Click Save.
Folders can't be directly encrypted in macOS, but you can put them in password-protected containers. This has the effect of protecting your folders and the files they contain with a password. You can password-protect folders on macOS using the built-in Disk Utility application or a third-party tool called Encrypto.
In the Preview app on your Mac, open the PDF that you want to password-protect. Choose File > Export, then select Encrypt. You can also enter a new name for the PDF if you want to create a passworded copy and keep the original PDF unencrypted. Type a password, then retype it to verify the password. Click Save.
At the top right in Acrobat, click the Tools pane. Open the Protection panel. 2. Click Encrypt, and select Encrypt With Password.
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