Word: Printing

Word: Printing


Printing documents in Word is easy.
you’ll find everything you need in the Backstage view under Print. The print pain offers a list of
options and a preview of the document on the right. You can use the controls below the
preview to zoom in and out or switch between different pages. Now you could you enter the number of copies you want and click the
Print button right away, but if you want more control over the finished product you might want to take a look at the
options below. For example if your computer is connected to multiple
printers, you can choose the one you want. You can also use a custom print range if
you’re working with a multi-page document and only want to print
certain pages. Just enter the page numbers you want, separating each entry
with a comma. In this example we’re printing pages 1, 3, 4, and 5, but excluding page 2. Next, choose whether to print on one side
of the paper or both sides; your options may vary here depending on
your printer’s capabilities. Here’s another option that may be important to you if you’re printing a multi-page document. If you’re doing more than one copy, make
sure that Collated is selected. That way, each copy will be printed in order. Next you can review options that have to
do with page layout including page, such as orientation, paper size, and margins. If
you need to make any adjustments just click, then make your selections from the menu. Let’s try narrower margins. See how they were updated in our print
preview after making this change? Word also gives you the option of
printing more than one page on a single sheet of paper. This can be helpful in
some cases, but note that the text will become harder and harder to read more
pages you include. When you’re ready go ahead and click the
Print button. Alternatively, you can save time using
something called the Quick Print command, which prints your document using the
default settings and the default printer. You’ll just need to add it to your Quick Access toolbar. Let’s go back to our document. And I’ll click the arrow here… and select Quick Print. And now you can quickly print your
entire document in a single click!

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