Setting print options


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Setting print options

When you're ready to print your document, you can use Microsoft Word's Print settings to customize your print job. Choose File to go backstage and then select Print. In the previous movie, we set the number of copies and chose a specific printer. The print settings below control what you want to print, whether it should be print single-sided or double-sided, how multi-page documents should be assembled, the Orientation of your paper, Paper size, Margins, and the number of pages that should be printed on each sheet of paper.

Let's take a look first at the Print area. The default choice is to print all the pages. However, if we wanted to print just two paragraphs from page 5, we could select those paragraphs, then come Backstage and choose Print Selection. We can print only the Current Page. It's helpful to know what page you're on. But if you haven't changed what you're seeing in the preview, this is the current page. You can also move to a different page and prin...

Setting print options
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Setting print options provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

Subjects:
Business Education + Elearning
Software:
Word
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