[access-uk] Re: Printing in Word2000

Hi andy, as you know I can't get into Word at the moment, but in the "print"
dialog box, is there not something about page range, where you can select
the page numbers you want to print? I've never used this feature, but have
definitely seen it in that dialog box. Not much help I know, but it's the
best I could come up with! I'm sure someone else will have a less vague and
more helpful answer for you! Tracey.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Andy Collins" <Andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, October 18, 2004 10:08 AM
Subject: [access-uk] Printing in Word2000


> Hi all -
>
> I'm writing a journal, that from time-to-time has to be printed off.
>
> Obviously I don't want to print the whole journal off each time, but just
> the added bit since the last printing.
>
> I've tried selecting the text from where the previous print-off finished,
to
> the end of the document, by using Control Shift end; but when I try to
print
> this portion of the document, my print programme starts to print from the
> top of the document, printing the whole document again, instead of just
the
> selected text.
>
> 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 Word document; the only problem
> with this, is that I then lose the page numbers that were in the original
> document.
>
> Hope this is clear, and that somebody can help me find a way of continuing
> to print on the go, just the added sections to my document, maintaining
the
> page increments.
>
> TIA
>
> Andy
>
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