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Hur infogar jag en utskrivbar bakgrundsbild i Excel?

När vi infogar en bakgrund med att klicka Bakgrund knapp under Sidan Layout fliken i Excel kan bakgrunden inte skrivas ut och du kan inte visa bakgrunden i förhandsgranskning. Är det möjligt att skriva ut en bakgrundsbild i Excel? Ja, det finns en speciell metod för att infoga en utskrivbar bakgrundsbild i Excel.

Infoga en utskrivbar bakgrundsbild i Excel med att rita en form (8 steg)

Infoga en utskrivbar bakgrundsbild i Excel med Kutools för Excel (3 steg)


pil blå höger bubbla Infoga en utskrivbar bakgrundsbild i Excel med att rita en form

För att avsluta det här jobbet gör du med följande steg en efter en:

1. Klicka på Insert > Formeroch välj en rektangulär form, se följande skärmdump:

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2. Rita en form så stor som du behöver i det aktiva kalkylbladet.

3. De ritverktyg är aktiv nu, klicka på Formfyllning och fyll i formen med vitt.

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4. Klicka på Shape Outline och ersätt kontureringsfärgen med vitt samt följande skärmdump som visas.

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5. Högerklicka sedan på formen och välj Formatera form objekt från snabbmenyn.

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6. I Formatera bild dialogrutan i Excel 2010 eller Formatera bild i Excel 2013, gör följande åtgärder:

doc-insert-printable-image1  I Excel 2010:
 (1.) Klicka på Fyll alternativ från den vänstra rutan;

 (2.) Välj Bild eller strukturfyllning alternativ;

 (3.) Klicka på Fil knapp för att ange en bild för att fylla denna form;

 (4.) Kontrollera Kakelbild som textur alternativ;

 (5.) Ändra Öppenhet till 75% som du behöver
 gör bakgrundsbilden som vattenstämpel.
doc-insert-printable-image1 I Excel 2013 och senare versioner:
(1.) Klicka på Fyll & rad knapp;

(2.) Under Fyll avsnitt:

   Välj Bild eller strukturfyllning alternativ;

    Klicka på Fil knapp för att ange en bild för att fylla denna form;

   Kontrollera Kakelbild som textur alternativ;

   Ändra Öppenhet till 75% som du behöver göra
 bakgrundsbilden som vattenstämpel.

7. Gör följande i samma dialogruta:

doc-insert-printable-image1 I Excel 2010:
(1.) Klicka på Fastigheter alternativ till vänster bar;

(2.) Välj Flytta och storlek med celler alternativet i Ändamålet
 positionering sektion;

(3.) Kontrollera Skriv ut objekt alternativ.

doc-insert-printable-image1 I Excel 2013 och senare versioner:
(1.) Klicka på Storlek & egenskaper knapp;

(2.) Under Fastigheter avsnitt:

    Välj Flytta och storlek med celler alternativ;

     Kontrollera Skriv ut objekt alternativ.

8. Klicka Stänga knapp. Då ser formen fylld med bilder ut som en bakgrundsbild. Dessutom kan det skrivas ut när du skriver ut det aktiva kalkylbladet. Se följande skärmdump:

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Anmärkningar: När du har infogat den här bakgrundsbilden får du inte skriva in någon text inom bildområdet.


pil blå höger bubbla Infoga en utskrivbar bakgrundsbild i Excel med Kutools för Excel

Ovanstående metod har sin egen gräns att du inte kan skriva in någon text efter att du har infogat bakgrundsbilden, men om du har Kutools för Excel, med dess Infoga vattenstämpel kan du snabbt infoga bilden eller texten vattenstämpel som kan skrivas ut så bra du behöver.

När du har installerat Kutools för Excel, gör så här:

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1. Gå till kalkylbladet som du vill infoga den utskrivbara bakgrundsbilden och klicka på Kutools > Insert > Infoga vattenstämpel, se skärmdump:

2. I Infoga vattenstämpel dialogrutan väljer du Bild vattenstämpel alternativet och klicka på Välj bild för att välja en bild som du vill infoga som utskrivbar bakgrund, och ange sedan bildskalan eller formateringen efter behov, se skärmdump:

3. Klicka sedan tillämpas or Ok, och den valda bilden har infogats i kalkylbladets bakgrund. När du skriver ut skrivs den också ut. Se skärmdump:

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Anmärkningar:

1. När du har infogat vattenstämpelbakgrunden kan du också skriva in texten i kalkylbladet.

2. Med den här funktionen kan du också infoga textvattenmärket efter behov.

Ladda ner och testa gratis Kutools för Excel nu!


pil blå höger bubbla Demo: Infoga en utskrivbar bakgrundsbild i Excel med Kutools för Excel

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    Tareq · 3 years ago
    It was very much helpful. Thanks a lot.
    Kutools sets the image as a header. But If someone wants to add 2 image in the header then what to do? Would you please suggest.
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      skyyang · 3 years ago
      Hi, Tareq
      Yes, as you said, Kutools sets the image as a header, and it only can insert one picture each time.
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    John · 4 years ago
    If you need the background strictly for printing purposes, I set the image as my background using typical methods. Set cells to no fill as necessary, then highlight everything that I am planning to print. Next I copy and paste in the same position except make sure to paste as an image. Now you can print all of your information with your background. If you need to edit something later, delete the image edit the data than repeat the procedure.
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    Jenna Milane · 4 years ago
    I have inserted my picture and it prints YAY!
    Now I need it to not obscure my text ie send it to the back. Is there a way to do that?
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    Scott Tarr · 5 years ago
    The downside to this tool is that it doesn't seem to work like the Word watermark function that allows me to scale the image watermark. So I started over and opened the image in Photoshop to manually enlarge the image to scale it into Excel properly.

    That didn't work because Kutools scaled it back what it was prior to me enlarging the image manually.

    Not sure why this is done this way unless I'm missing a step whereby I can set the scale.
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    Aynaz · 6 years ago
    Many thanks.that was really helpful.I tried and it worked.
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    Goran from Serbia · 6 years ago
    I have a solution:
    Just keep in excel format * .kls and open it in OpenOffice.
    Go to the Format / Page and select the image.
    After 3 hours of time various forums I found this solution, I'd be glad to someone else this solution help.
    Greetings from Serbia.
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      Goran from Serbia · 6 years ago
      [quote name="Goran from Serbia"]I have a solution:
      Just keep in excel format [b]*.xls[/b] and open it in OpenOffice.
      Go to the Format / Page and select the image.
      After 3 hours of time various forums I found this solution, I'd be glad to someone else this solution help.
      Greetings from Serbia.
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    Muhammad Ajaz · 6 years ago
    Thx..a lot you taught me a lot..
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    Nikita · 6 years ago
    You just drag and drop any picture in the Excel and fit it as required, when accept transparation!
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    BirthdayGirl · 6 years ago
    In step 7. I don't have the 'Properties' option. Can anyone help?
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    Girma semu · 6 years ago
    [b]now i know how to add a picture in the background but what do i do to insert a text in the background[/b]thanks
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    Snorri Sigurdsson · 7 years ago
    Now I have in mind fill out form in Acrobat Reader. Is it possible in Excel 2013 to merge two separate sheets one with the outline and forms and one with the fill in data with for example look up functions? Or merge two sheets during the printout?
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    Ana Paula · 7 years ago
    oiiii segue o backgorund
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    Confused · 7 years ago
    When I do this the text from the excel come out faded. So if i were to increase the transparency of the picture then the text will be darker but the test on the picture will be faded. Anyway to get them both about the same to print out?
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    DumdumDarren · 7 years ago
    DO NOT USE THIS TERRIBLE, BASIC SOLUTION!
    Any colouring in the image will tint your text, even at 75% transpareny and so you'll effectively have the colour of your text changing throughout each line.
    What's more important to you and your business? Pretty background pictures or a professional looking document?

    Give that the screenshots all show the Ribbon menu, its safe to assume whoever posted this 'solution' is using a new enough version to simply click Page Layout > Background. Done.
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      Notsodum · 7 years ago
      Wow, you are a dum dum. This works perfectly. The problem with using Page Layout > Background is you can resize or adjust the transparency in Excel. So no, that does not work well for most backgrounds. I have no text color changes at all. For those who still can't figure out how to edit. There is a post above that tells you how.

      [quote name="Rajendran"]You can hide the picture using Selection Pane (in Format Tab under Arrange tools) and work on your data. While printing, the same shall be enabled. Sending back wont be working on this..[/quote]
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    Rico · 7 years ago
    Thank you! You're a life saver. Very easy and simple, yet effective fix. It's a bit different if you do it on Excel 2010 for OSX; there isn't a shape button in the menu by default so it has to be found through Insert > Shape...
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    aldo · 7 years ago
    Another way that will keep cells editable.
    Take a screen picture of the chart at 100% zoom.
    Open it in Photoshop, select all and copy.
    Open the image you want as background and paste the screen capture.
    Press v and 5, this will make the layer with the screen capture 50% opaque. You'll use this as a guide.
    Select the background image layer, and resize it to better fit the chart.
    Now, press and hold on the crop tool button and select the "slices" tool.
    Slice the image in squares and rectangles to isolate the cell's areas in the chart.
    Export for Web and Devices, Images only.
    In Excel, insert the slices, except the ones on top of the cells.
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    aldo · 7 years ago
    Another (and far faster) way could be:
    1- print the image you want as background from Photoshop or whatever program you used to generate it. Just one, or many if you are printing out invoices for example.
    2- Print on the same paper sheet the excel chart.
    If using a laser printer, be aware that the paper will bend after the first printout.
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    frustrated1 · 7 years ago
    I couldn't get any of these options to work. :(

    75% or 0%, hiding the picture...none of them will allow me to enter in cells and print the background.
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    eldonjon72 · 7 years ago
    If you need to keep the picture, but allow for Excel data to show through (for example, a form in the background with Excel data in the cells showing through, so you can print a filled-in form):

    Follow the instructions above, except keep the transparency at 0%.
    Using "Picture Tools" in Excel, use the "Remove Background" function
    Remove the background of the picture (for example, the white space on the form), keeping only the form text/design itself

    The form/background picture will now be visible but the Excel data will show through, and will print out a filled in form.
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    Nasim Khaliqhey · 7 years ago
    can you please interduce the pogrammer module for inserting the background picture & text in PIC 18F4455 I have been using EB006 I can not teransfer the data from my window Vista to my PIC18F4455
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    anon · 7 years ago
    I just discovered the LibreOffice allows one to add an image as a background and print with the background as well...
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    anon · 7 years ago
    Yes, BUT, how to make it so you can click on the cells over the image and edit them without selecting the background image?
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      Rajendran · 7 years ago
      You can hide the picture using Selection Pane (in Format Tab under Arrange tools) and work on your data. While printing, the same shall be enabled. Sending back wont be working on this..
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    Mark H. · 7 years ago
    Mike M., the purpose of this is to add a printable background (through methods of a loop hole), 0% transparent image. This was exactly what I needed. Thanks a bunch!
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    Flo · 7 years ago
    The way to make this work and still show data through the image is to save the image as a .emf file!
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    Flo · 7 years ago
    The way to make this work and have the image be transparent is to save the image as an .emf file!
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    skyyang · 8 years ago
    Dear Mike, it can’t insert image as background in Excel by default, using this method, it just make the image look like the watermark.
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    Mike M. · 8 years ago
    Thanks - but the image is not in the background. It is covering the excel data. Was a step missed?
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      JOey · 6 years ago
      Did you insert the picture first?
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      Ailyn V. Mibato · 7 years ago
      :-) Good day!.. please read and follow the steps carefully and for sure you will get it...:)
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      Ailyn V. Mibato · 7 years ago
      :-) good day.....uhmmm.. please read and follow the steps carefully and for sure you will get it...:)
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      Anonymous · 7 years ago
      insert the image in the header, you are able to work on your data and also print it as the background.
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      HelloKelly · 7 years ago
      Hi,

      In the Step 6, change the Transparency to 75% or lower. If the picture is not transparent, it will cover the excel data completely.

      Hope this help you