In this post you'll discover where to go to print a Word document and the setting you have at your disposal.
1. How to preview your document before you print
Before you print your document, you should check that the layout is okay. The Print Preview feature allows you to view how your entire page looks and how the document flows.
To preview a document:
1. Press Ctrl + P or click the File tab in the top-left corner of the screen, then choose Print in the left panel. The document preview is displayed in the main window.
2. Click the up and down arrows underneath the preview page to go to the previous or next page.
3. Drag the slider or click the + or – to zoom in for a closer look or zoom to see more pages at once.
2. How to print a word document
In the Print dialog:
1. Choose how many copies to print.
2. Choose which printer to use (if you have more than one connected).
3. Choose whether to print all pages, a selection of pages or just the section of your document that is currently selected.
4. In the text box, you can specify:
5. If your printer has the capability:
6. If you are printing multiple copies, choose whether to collate them (print each copy as a unit) or uncollate them (all page 1's are printed then all page 2's etc.)
7. Click the large print button at the top.
3. The key points
Please feel free to post any questions you have into the comments below. And before you leave this page, I want to give you one quick little action item!
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