print current page (word 2010)


S

sf

How do I print one page only of a multi page document? Is there some
way I can make the option to print the current page as easy to find as
it was in 2003, maybe as a Quick Access command?

TIA
 
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D

Daddy

File > Print > Settings

Click on the drop-down arrow of Print All Pages or type the page numbers
you wish to print in the Pages dialog box directly below.

Daddy
 
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Suzanne S. Barnhill

Ctrl+P to open the Print tab of the backstage. Then click on Print All Pages
and choose Print Current Page.

There has never been a built-in command to print the current page (though
you may well wonder why), but it is easy enough to create a macro to do so
and assign it a keyboard shortcut or QAT button. The macro you need is:

Sub PrintCurrentPage()
Application.PrintOut Range:=wdPrintCurrentPage
End Sub

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Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org
 
S

sf

Ctrl+P to open the Print tab of the backstage. Then click on Print All Pages
and choose Print Current Page.

There has never been a built-in command to print the current page (though
you may well wonder why), but it is easy enough to create a macro to do so
and assign it a keyboard shortcut or QAT button. The macro you need is:

Sub PrintCurrentPage()
Application.PrintOut Range:=wdPrintCurrentPage
End Sub
Thanks, Suzanne!
 
S

sf

File > Print > Settings

Click on the drop-down arrow of Print All Pages or type the page numbers
you wish to print in the Pages dialog box directly below.

Daddy
I knew there had to be a way similar to 2003, but I wasn't seeing it -
thanks!
 
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The macro I had been using to "print current page" is only printing the first page, no matter which page I am on. Did something change in the latest version of Word to cause this problem? Thank you for any help you have! Here's what I have been using:
Sub Test()
'
' QuickPrint Macro
' Print the current page.
'
Application.PrintOut Range:=wdPrintCurrentPage
End Sub
 
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