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If you execute the merge to a new document and then run a macro containing
the following code, it will send each letter to the printer as a
separate print job, so that the printer can then do its thing as it does
when printing a single letter.

Dim i As Long
With ActiveDocument
For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1
.PrintOut Range:=wdPrintFromTo, From:="s" & i, To:="s" & i
Next i
End With


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Thanks a bunch...do you know if you can adjust it to print 10 at a time? I
have over 1100 pages.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:
If you execute the merge to a new document and then run a macro containing
the following code, it will send each letter to the printer as a
separate print job, so that the printer can then do its thing as it does
when printing a single letter.

Dim i As Long
With ActiveDocument
For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1
.PrintOut Range:=wdPrintFromTo, From:="s" & i, To:="s" & i
Next i
End With

How to send mail merge document as a separate print job in Word? Any help
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What to you want to do between each 10 letters?

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Thanks a bunch...do you know if you can adjust it to print 10 at a time? I
have over 1100 pages.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:
If you execute the merge to a new document and then run a macro containing
the following code, it will send each letter to the printer as a
separate print job, so that the printer can then do its thing as it does
when printing a single letter.

Dim i As Long
With ActiveDocument
For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1
.PrintOut Range:=wdPrintFromTo, From:="s" & i, To:="s" & i
Next i
End With

How to send mail merge document as a separate print job in Word? Any
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will be greatly appreciate.

Thanks,
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I have my printer to print both sides...it's cookbook to be exact and I don't
know if there is there a way to include a message box to continue to print
the next group or end the print job...this may not be possible, but printing
all 1100 is overwhelming for my printer.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:
What to you want to do between each 10 letters?

Thanks a bunch...do you know if you can adjust it to print 10 at a time? I
have over 1100 pages.

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Try

Dim i As Long
With ActiveDocument
For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1
.PrintOut Background: = False, Range:=wdPrintFromTo, From:="s" & i,
To:="s" & i
Next i
End With

The computer should not then send the next print job until the present one
is finished.

If you want to modify the macro between each batch, you could replace the
line

For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1

with

For i = 1 to 50

then after the first 50 are printed, change it to

For i = 51 to 100

etc.
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I have my printer to print both sides...it's cookbook to be exact and I
don't
know if there is there a way to include a message box to continue to print
the next group or end the print job...this may not be possible, but
printing
all 1100 is overwhelming for my printer.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:
What to you want to do between each 10 letters?

Thanks a bunch...do you know if you can adjust it to print 10 at a time?
I
have over 1100 pages.

[quoted text clipped - 17 lines]
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I tried the the code and it works find but now it will print double sided. I
have my printing peferences set to duplexe so I wouldn't have to do it
manually. So I'm not sure whats going on there and I tried the modifications
and it will only print the first four pages no matter what # of page to print
(ie 51-100)...any suggestions?

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:
Try

Dim i As Long
With ActiveDocument
For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1
.PrintOut Background: = False, Range:=wdPrintFromTo, From:="s" & i,
To:="s" & i
Next i
End With

The computer should not then send the next print job until the present one
is finished.

If you want to modify the macro between each batch, you could replace the
line

For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1

with

For i = 1 to 50

then after the first 50 are printed, change it to

For i = 51 to 100

etc.
I have my printer to print both sides...it's cookbook to be exact and I
don't

[quoted text clipped - 11 lines]
Thanks,
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The code is telling the computer to print the document 1 section at a time,
not any particular number of pages. Do you have more than one Section in
each letter?

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I tried the the code and it works find but now it will print double sided.
I
have my printing peferences set to duplexe so I wouldn't have to do it
manually. So I'm not sure whats going on there and I tried the
modifications
and it will only print the first four pages no matter what # of page to
print
(ie 51-100)...any suggestions?

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:
Try

Dim i As Long
With ActiveDocument
For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1
.PrintOut Background: = False, Range:=wdPrintFromTo, From:="s" &
i,
To:="s" & i
Next i
End With

The computer should not then send the next print job until the present one
is finished.

If you want to modify the macro between each batch, you could replace the
line

For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1

with

For i = 1 to 50

then after the first 50 are printed, change it to

For i = 51 to 100

etc.
I have my printer to print both sides...it's cookbook to be exact and I
don't

[quoted text clipped - 11 lines]
Thanks,
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My document as follow comes from a template that I created...it has 4 parts
that pull from Access db. The Recipe Name, Description, Ingredients and
Instructions. Every thing print fine, but if the recipe continues to the next
page it doesn't duplex.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:
The code is telling the computer to print the document 1 section at a time,
not any particular number of pages. Do you have more than one Section in
each letter?

I tried the the code and it works find but now it will print double sided.
I

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That is a setting of the printer, nothing really to do with Word.

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My document as follow comes from a template that I created...it has 4
parts
that pull from Access db. The Recipe Name, Description, Ingredients and
Instructions. Every thing print fine, but if the recipe continues to the
next
page it doesn't duplex.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:
The code is telling the computer to print the document 1 section at a
time,
not any particular number of pages. Do you have more than one Section in
each letter?

I tried the the code and it works find but now it will print double
sided.
I

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Would gladly pay a fair sum if you can solve this problem.

Using Word-mail-merge to create a merge document of 8 pages, sent to HP9050dn printer, with multi-function finisher [bookletmaker]. Successful when sending only one record...merges/folds/staples just fine. when sending the complete merge file, it will attempt to merge every record into one giant booklet. I have tried your code:
"Dim i As Long
With ActiveDocument
For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1
..PrintOut Range:=wdPrintFromTo, From:="s" & i, To:="s" & i
Next i
End With"
Have also tried "gmayer" code. Neither works in this situation.

Any ideas?
Thanks, Mike www.metroform.com






Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

If you execute the merge to a new document and then run a macro containingthe
23-Oct-08

If you execute the merge to a new document and then run a macro containing
the following code, it will send each letter to the printer as a
separate print job, so that the printer can then do its thing as it does
when printing a single letter.

Dim i As Long
With ActiveDocument
For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1
.PrintOut Range:=wdPrintFromTo, From:="s" & i, To:="s" & i
Next i
End With


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services on a paid consulting basis.

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How to send each document as a separate print job in Word?
How to send mail merge document as a separate print job in Word? Any help
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Thanks,
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On Thursday, October 23, 2008 3:07 PM
Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

If you execute the merge to a new document and then run a macro containingthe
If you execute the merge to a new document and then run a macro containing
the following code, it will send each letter to the printer as a
separate print job, so that the printer can then do its thing as it does
when printing a single letter.

Dim i As Long
With ActiveDocument
For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1
.PrintOut Range:=wdPrintFromTo, From:="s" & i, To:="s" & i
Next i
End With


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Thanks a bunch...do you know if you can adjust it to print 10 at a time?
Thanks a bunch...do you know if you can adjust it to print 10 at a time? I
have over 1100 pages.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

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On Thursday, October 23, 2008 5:50 PM
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What to you want to do between each 10 letters?
What to you want to do between each 10 letters?

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On Thursday, October 23, 2008 10:14 PM
Kbrad32 via OfficeKB.com wrote:

I have my printer to print both sides...
I have my printer to print both sides...it's cookbook to be exact and I don't
know if there is there a way to include a message box to continue to print
the next group or end the print job...this may not be possible, but printing
all 1100 is overwhelming for my printer.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

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On Thursday, October 23, 2008 11:38 PM
Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

Try Dim i As Long With ActiveDocument For i = 1 To .Sections.
Try

Dim i As Long
With ActiveDocument
For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1
.PrintOut Background: = False, Range:=wdPrintFromTo, From:="s" & i,
To:="s" & i
Next i
End With

The computer should not then send the next print job until the present one
is finished.

If you want to modify the macro between each batch, you could replace the
line

For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1

with

For i = 1 to 50

then after the first 50 are printed, change it to

For i = 51 to 100

etc.
--
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Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

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On Friday, October 24, 2008 6:01 AM
Kbrad32 via OfficeKB.com wrote:

I tried the the code and it works find but now it will print double sided.
I tried the the code and it works find but now it will print double sided. I
have my printing peferences set to duplexe so I wouldn't have to do it
manually. So I'm not sure whats going on there and I tried the modifications
and it will only print the first four pages no matter what # of page to print
(ie 51-100)...any suggestions?

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

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On Friday, October 24, 2008 6:36 AM
Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

The code is telling the computer to print the document 1 section at a time,
The code is telling the computer to print the document 1 section at a time,
not any particular number of pages. Do you have more than one Section in
each letter?

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On Friday, October 24, 2008 6:55 AM
Kbrad32 via OfficeKB.com wrote:

My document as follow comes from a template that I created...
My document as follow comes from a template that I created...it has 4 parts
that pull from Access db. The Recipe Name, Description, Ingredients and
Instructions. Every thing print fine, but if the recipe continues to the next
page it doesn't duplex.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

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On Friday, October 24, 2008 3:44 PM
Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

That is a setting of the printer, nothing really to do with Word.
That is a setting of the printer, nothing really to do with Word.

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Hi Michael,

What happened when you tried running that macro? Did you have the
bookletmaker option selected in the printer properties before running the
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Doug
Would gladly pay a fair sum if you can solve this problem.

Using Word-mail-merge to create a merge document of 8 pages, sent to
HP9050dn printer, with multi-function finisher [bookletmaker]. Successful
when sending only one record...merges/folds/staples just fine. when
sending the complete merge file, it will attempt to merge every record
into one giant booklet. I have tried your code:
"Dim i As Long
With ActiveDocument
For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1
.PrintOut Range:=wdPrintFromTo, From:="s" & i, To:="s" & i
Next i
End With"
Have also tried "gmayer" code. Neither works in this situation.

Any ideas?
Thanks, Mike www.metroform.com






Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

If you execute the merge to a new document and then run a macro
containingthe
23-Oct-08

If you execute the merge to a new document and then run a macro containing
the following code, it will send each letter to the printer as a
separate print job, so that the printer can then do its thing as it does
when printing a single letter.

Dim i As Long
With ActiveDocument
For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1
.PrintOut Range:=wdPrintFromTo, From:="s" & i, To:="s" & i
Next i
End With


--
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services on a paid consulting basis.

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On Thursday, October 23, 2008 2:10 PM
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How to send each document as a separate print job in Word?
How to send mail merge document as a separate print job in Word? Any help
will be greatly appreciate.

Thanks,
Kbrad32

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On Thursday, October 23, 2008 3:07 PM
Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

If you execute the merge to a new document and then run a macro
containingthe
If you execute the merge to a new document and then run a macro containing
the following code, it will send each letter to the printer as a
separate print job, so that the printer can then do its thing as it does
when printing a single letter.

Dim i As Long
With ActiveDocument
For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1
.PrintOut Range:=wdPrintFromTo, From:="s" & i, To:="s" & i
Next i
End With


--
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Kbrad32 via OfficeKB.com wrote:

Thanks a bunch...do you know if you can adjust it to print 10 at a time?
Thanks a bunch...do you know if you can adjust it to print 10 at a time? I
have over 1100 pages.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

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On Thursday, October 23, 2008 5:50 PM
Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

What to you want to do between each 10 letters?
What to you want to do between each 10 letters?

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"Kbrad32 via OfficeKB.com" [email protected] wrote in message
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On Thursday, October 23, 2008 10:14 PM
Kbrad32 via OfficeKB.com wrote:

I have my printer to print both sides...
I have my printer to print both sides...it's cookbook to be exact and I
don't
know if there is there a way to include a message box to continue to print
the next group or end the print job...this may not be possible, but
printing
all 1100 is overwhelming for my printer.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

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On Thursday, October 23, 2008 11:38 PM
Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

Try Dim i As Long With ActiveDocument For i = 1 To .Sections.
Try

Dim i As Long
With ActiveDocument
For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1
.PrintOut Background: = False, Range:=wdPrintFromTo, From:="s" &
i,
To:="s" & i
Next i
End With

The computer should not then send the next print job until the present one
is finished.

If you want to modify the macro between each batch, you could replace the
line

For i = 1 To .Sections.Count Step 1

with

For i = 1 to 50

then after the first 50 are printed, change it to

For i = 51 to 100

etc.
--
Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

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On Friday, October 24, 2008 6:01 AM
Kbrad32 via OfficeKB.com wrote:

I tried the the code and it works find but now it will print double sided.
I tried the the code and it works find but now it will print double sided.
I
have my printing peferences set to duplexe so I wouldn't have to do it
manually. So I'm not sure whats going on there and I tried the
modifications
and it will only print the first four pages no matter what # of page to
print
(ie 51-100)...any suggestions?

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

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On Friday, October 24, 2008 6:36 AM
Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

The code is telling the computer to print the document 1 section at a
time,
The code is telling the computer to print the document 1 section at a
time,
not any particular number of pages. Do you have more than one Section in
each letter?

--
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On Friday, October 24, 2008 6:55 AM
Kbrad32 via OfficeKB.com wrote:

My document as follow comes from a template that I created...
My document as follow comes from a template that I created...it has 4
parts
that pull from Access db. The Recipe Name, Description, Ingredients and
Instructions. Every thing print fine, but if the recipe continues to the
next
page it doesn't duplex.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:

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That is a setting of the printer, nothing really to do with Word.
That is a setting of the printer, nothing really to do with Word.

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