Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Printing a document
Printing a document
In the early days of word processing, the final stage of almost
every document was printing on paper. Although electronic dis-
tribution has become far more important for many documents,
printing is still a major function of Word 2013.
and more. Some settings, including orientation, page size, and
margins, can be set here or on the Page Layout tab on the
ribbon.
You might sometimes want to print a document as a folded
booklet. Word can automatically reorder the pages so they print
in the proper places. Although it can take several steps to get it
right, you can do it!
The Print page in the Backstage view has many settings that
affect what will be printed. Here you can select the printer,
which pages to print, how many pages to print on each sheet,
Choose a printer
1 Click File and then click Print.
2 If you want to use a different printer than the one selected, click the
Printer box and choose from the drop-down list.
3 If necessary, click Printer Properties and select settings there.
The printer driver software for the current printer creates the Printer
Properties dialog box, so the dialog boxes supplied by various man-
ufacturers are different.
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Print part of a document
1 To print specific pages, enter their page numbers in the Pages
text box. You can specify individual pages by separating them
with commas, as in 1,3,4,8 . You can request a group of pages by
entering the first and last page numbers separated by a dash, as in
12-15 . You can also combine these methods, as in 1,3,12-15 .
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TIP If the document has multiple sections in which page
numbering is restarted, you must combine the page number
and the section number, as in p1s3-p4s3 to print pages 1 through 4 in
section 3.
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