You can print a view of one of your tables by selecting the "Print" option from the ellipsis (...) dropdown in the view bar. Alternatively, you can just use the keyboard shortcut P.
This will bring up the Airtable print dialog, in which you can alter the print settings.
Pressing the "Print" button here will then bring up a final print dialog which will allow you to tweak a few more settings—which printer you'll send the data to, the number of copies, which pages, etc. If you're using Airtable in an internet browser, it'll bring up your browser's print dialog, and if you're using a desktop app, it'll bring up your operating system's native print dialog.
Note that the print dialog may appear differently depending on what type of view you wish to print.
For a grid view without grouped records, you can select from a number of different paper sizes, change the layout between portrait and landscape, change the column sizing, adjust the size of the font, and choose whether or not you want to include row numbers or wrap long text fields.
If you have a grid view with grouped records, the printed version of your view will reflect the groupings.
For a calendar view, clicking on the "Print view" option will automatically bring you to your browser or operating system's print dialog (skipping the Airtable-specific print dialog). This will enable you to print one month at a time, with whichever month is currently shown in your calendar view.
For a gallery view, your print options are limited to changing the paper size and layout, but the printed version will retain the gallery card layout.
A printed kanban view looks like a printed view with grouped records. More specifically, it appears as if you had grouped by the single select field on which the kanban view is based. It will also print only the fields that appear on the kanban cards.
For an alternative approach to beautify your records and print in Airtable, see our page designer block!