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Does anyone know if it is possible to select certain pages and/or ranges at
the same time as, for example 1,4,7,8-12 to print pages one and four and
seven and eight through twelve without having to do them one-at-a-time. I
know about the range, like 8-12, but want to select individual pages and
ranges in the same operation. Tell me how, please, if this is possible. Is
there maybe an update for MS Word that will add this feature? Thanks. Pappy
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Pappy wrote:
Does anyone know if it is possible to select certain pages and/or
ranges at the same time as, for example 1,4,7,8-12 to print pages one
and four and seven and eight through twelve without having to do them
one-at-a-time. I know about the range, like 8-12, but want to select
individual pages and ranges in the same operation. Tell me how,
please, if this is possible. Is there maybe an update for MS Word
that will add this feature? Thanks. Pappy


This should work if you type the sequence of page numbers into the Pages box
exactly as you showed them. It does get a little more complicated if your
document has more than one section -- for that, see
http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/Formatting...leSections.htm.

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You are exactly right, Jay, and thanks so much for replying. Oops! I asked
the wrong question. What I really wanted to know is the same thing about
Explorer printing of web documents, not about Word. I download multi-page
documents where I want to select pages and that's where I need the feature
like in Word. I surely would like the Word printing feature to be in
explorer. Any idea where I might find help with that one? Many thanks.
Pappy

"Jay Freedman" wrote:

Pappy wrote:
Does anyone know if it is possible to select certain pages and/or
ranges at the same time as, for example 1,4,7,8-12 to print pages one
and four and seven and eight through twelve without having to do them
one-at-a-time. I know about the range, like 8-12, but want to select
individual pages and ranges in the same operation. Tell me how,
please, if this is possible. Is there maybe an update for MS Word
that will add this feature? Thanks. Pappy


This should work if you type the sequence of page numbers into the Pages box
exactly as you showed them. It does get a little more complicated if your
document has more than one section -- for that, see
http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/Formatting...leSections.htm.

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Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org



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No, you can't print multiple ranges from Internet Explorer.

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You are exactly right, Jay, and thanks so much for replying. Oops! I

asked
the wrong question. What I really wanted to know is the same thing about
Explorer printing of web documents, not about Word. I download multi-page
documents where I want to select pages and that's where I need the feature
like in Word. I surely would like the Word printing feature to be in
explorer. Any idea where I might find help with that one? Many thanks.
Pappy

"Jay Freedman" wrote:

Pappy wrote:
Does anyone know if it is possible to select certain pages and/or
ranges at the same time as, for example 1,4,7,8-12 to print pages one
and four and seven and eight through twelve without having to do them
one-at-a-time. I know about the range, like 8-12, but want to select
individual pages and ranges in the same operation. Tell me how,
please, if this is possible. Is there maybe an update for MS Word
that will add this feature? Thanks. Pappy


This should work if you type the sequence of page numbers into the Pages

box
exactly as you showed them. It does get a little more complicated if

your
document has more than one section -- for that, see
http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/Formatting...leSections.htm.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org




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