[access-uk] Re: Printing in Word2000

Hi George -

Didn't understand that 'print within range' button, and until now, have
always printed full documents, so thanks for the tip!

Andy
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "George Bell" <george@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, October 18, 2004 10:15 AM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Printing in Word2000


Hi Andy,

First, Highlight the text you want to print.

Now go to Print.   However, before you press O.K., take a
careful look at the Print dialog.  There is a section there
called "Print Range".  Within that section is a radio button
called "Selection".  Select that.  Then press OK, and only
your highlighted selection should print.

George.

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> To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [access-uk] Printing in Word2000
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> Hi all -
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> I'm writing a journal, that from time-to-time has to be
printed off.
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> Obviously I don't want to print the whole journal off each

> time, but just the added bit since the last printing.
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> I've tried selecting the text from where the previous=20
> print-off finished, to the end of the document, by using=20
> Control Shift end; but when I try to print this portion of

> the document, my print programme starts to print from the
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> of the document, printing the whole document again,
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> of just the selected text.
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> So far, my only work around has been to copy and paste the

> portion of text I've wanted to print, in to another blank=20
> Word document; the only problem with this, is that I then=20
> lose the page numbers that were in the original document.
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> Hope this is clear, and that somebody can help me find a
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> of continuing to print on the go, just the added sections
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> my document, maintaining the page increments.
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> TIA
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> Andy
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