Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Printing a Document
Options under Document Properties print information about your document rather than
the document itself.
The button at the bottom of the Print tab offers scaling options. You can print 1, 2, 4, 6, 8,
or even 16 document pages on each sheet of paper. Printing reduced size copies this way
saves paper and ink when printing proofs, and saves storage space when printing archival
copies.
The final option on the scaling menu, Scale To Paper Size, is useful when the paper size in
your printer doesn’t match the paper size set in the page layout. This commonly occurs, for
example, when you receive a document from outside the United States that’s designed for
A4 paper—and your printer has only letter size paper. When you print the document, leave
the page layout unchanged, but set Scale To Paper Size to match the actual paper size in
your printer.
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