See but not print cell color background

pilot

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Is there a way in Excel2002 to color the background of selected cells but make them print without the color? I'd like to do this without a lot of VBA manipulation, like setting the print property of the colored background to No.
 

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klb

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Have you tried changing the print settings to only print in black and white?
 
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