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Macro to print only pages which got revised in word document
This is something I need help from you guys. I have a pretty large document and when these documents gets revised instead of searching where the changes happened and print them. Is there a way to print only the pages where changes happened.
I have found a Macro to do this, print only the pages where changes happened but when I hit print the document gets refreshed and all the cross referenced such as Table numbers, figure numbers get updated and when I used the macro it prints those pages as well.
Below is the Marco I have got from some user in this forum:
Dim revpagestart As Long, revpageend As Long, pageprint As String,
changedpages As String
pageprint = 0
changedpages = ""
Application.ScreenUpdating = False
currentselectionstart = Application.Selection.Start
currentselectionend = Application.Selection.End
If .Revisions.Count = 0 Then MsgBox ("There are no revisions in this
document"): GoTo Finish
If .Revisions.Count 20 Then If MsgBox("There are" +
Str(.Revisions.Count) + " revisions in this document. Checking and
printing them may take some time. Continue?", vbYesNo) = vbNo Then
For i = 1 To .Revisions.Count
revpageend = Selection.Information(wdActiveEndPageNumber)
revpagestart = Selection.Information(wdActiveEndPageNumber)
If .Revisions(i).Type = wdRevisionProperty Then GoTo Skip
If .Revisions(i).Type = wdRevisionParagraphProperty Then GoTo
If .Revisions(i).Type = wdRevisionSectionProperty Then GoTo
If pageprint = revpageend Then GoTo Skip
If revpagestart = revpageend Then
changedpages = changedpages + Str(revpageend) + ", "
pageprint = revpageend
If revpageend revpagestart Then
changedpages = changedpages + Str(revpagestart) + "-" +
Str(revpageend) + ", "
pageprint = revpageend
If changedpages = "" Then
MsgBox "There are no changed pages to print"
changedpages = Left(changedpages, Len(changedpages) - 2)
.Range = wdPrintRangeOfPages
.Pages = changedpages
Application.ScreenUpdating = True
It was a bug in Microsoft Word. The intention of the developers was to make it possible to print only pages which were revised. Word uses a word counter to control this feature. I have clicked here https://www.careersbooster.com/our-s...esume-writing/ and found some great ideas to write my resume online easily by using MS word.
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