Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Setting Print Options
3. Click the Convert Permanently button to permanently convert all of the missing
fonts in the current document to their current substitute fonts, which means
that the document now uses the substitute fonts; if the document is opened on
another computer, the substitute fonts are used instead of the original fonts.
Once the missing fonts are converted to the substitute fonts, they cannot be
converted back.
Similarly, some fonts might show up on the screen but print differently from the way
they are displayed. In these cases, Word might be printing a draft copy (display Word
Options, click Advanced, and scroll down to view the Print options) or the font you’re
using might not be available in your printer. To ix a missing printer font, you should
change the offending font to a TrueType font or another font that’s supported by your
printer.
Setting Print Options
For some projects, you might need to perform printing tasks that are more complex than
merely printing single copies of entire documents, and there might be times when you do
not want to use Quick Print and send the entire document to the current printer. For
example, you might need to change the printer or print only specific pages. For these tasks, you
need to change the default print settings.
Begin by displaying the Print view on the File tab and choosing Print. Alternately, you can
press Ctrl+P.
Printing More than One Copy of a Single Document
To print multiple copies of a document, simply click in the Copies box to the right of the
Print button and enter the number of copies you want to print. By default, Word collates
multiple copies of a print job. Notice the Collate option in the Settings area of the Print
view (see Figure 14-8).
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