Select the cells you want to print. To do this you can simply click in any corner cell and drag across the rest cells to highlight them.
To select cells that are not next to each other you can select individual cells by holding the Ctrl key on Windows (Cmd ⌘ on Mac) when clicking each cell.
For this example we are going to select the cells in our table containing name and grade. We do not wish to include the State cells so will not highlight these.
2. Click File > Print
From the top toolbar select File to expand the menu. Select Print located at the bottom of this menu. Alternatively you can use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + P (Cmd ⌘ + P on Mac).
3. Set the print area to Selected cells (Cell range)
The print options screen will now appear. To the right is the print options menu and on the left is the print preview.
You may notice that the print preview is currently showing all of the data on the workbook.
To print only selected cells we must change the print area drop down options, these can be located underneath the Print label in the print options menu on the right hand side.
Clicking the drop down will give the options of Current Sheet, workbook or Selected cells (Cell range). As we want to print only the cells we have highlighted earlier we will choose Selected cells (Cell range).
The cell range is the range of chosen cells, in our example we can see this is C4:D9
4. Specify any additional print options and click NEXT
You will now see the print preview on the left hand side now only displays your chosen cells.
Set any additional printing options and click the blue NEXT button located at the top right hand side of the display.
5. Click Print
Your operating systems print dialogue screen will now appear. Make sure the correct printer is selected and press Print. The content in your selected cells will now be printed.