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    Doublesided printing (Word 2002 (xp))

    Goodmorning,

    Can anyone help me with the following?

    I have a Word document with several sections and pagenumbering.
    From this document I want to print two pages - doublesided.
    I've tried this:
    1. Go to File, Print and type page 5-6 next to the option 'pages'. - This results in printing the pages with the numbering 5 and 6, while I want the fysical pages 5 and 6 to be printed, or;
    2. Make a selection of the two pages I want to print - This results in a print which looks like a normal view... you can see -----pagebreak----- on the print, I don't want this.
    3. Copy the selection into a new document and print this - But then, ofcourse, I loose my header...

    The only option I found was to minimize my document to just those two pages, change the numbering into the ones I needed... but this is very much work for a document of approximately 500 pages. (I've even tried to make a PDF, this works, but the images on the pages don't stay as nice as they were in Word... <img src=/S/bwaaah.gif border=0 alt=bwaaah width=123 height=15> )

    So, If anyone has another answer, I'd be very happy!
    Many thanks in advance and have a nice weekend!

    Daphne <img src=/S/shrug.gif border=0 alt=shrug width=39 height=15>

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    Re: Doublesided printing (Word 2002 (xp))

    Hello Daphne,

    When you click in (physical) page 5, what page number and section number is displayed in the left hand side of the status bar at the bottom of the Word window?
    Same question for (physical) page 6.

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    Re: Doublesided printing (Word 2002 (xp))

    Hello Hans,

    Pg 1, Se 2, 5/225

    Bye,
    Daphne

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    Re: Doublesided printing (Word 2002 (xp))

    Daphne,

    You can specify specific pages ins specific sections to be printed.
    - Select File | Print...
    - In the box next to the "Pages" radio button, enter p1s2-p2s2

    This means that printing will start on page 1 of section 2 and continue through page 2 of section 2. That should correspond to physical pages 5 and 6, according to the numbers you posted.

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    Re: Doublesided printing (Word 2002 (xp))

    Goeiemiddag Hans,

    It works!!!

    The only thing that's a pity is that now I see a pagenumbering on my first page which doesn't show in the document, can that be avoided?

    Many many thanks!

    Daphne

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    Re: Doublesided printing (Word 2002 (xp))

    Hello Daphne,

    I can't explain why page numbering would print while it isn't displayed on the screen. It shouldn't matter whether you print the entire document or a page range. Sorry.

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    Re: Doublesided printing (Word 2002 (xp))

    Hello Hans,

    It's alright, you've helped me a lot with this explanation, I'll keep on learning <img src=/S/bow.gif border=0 alt=bow width=15 height=15>

    Many thanks again, and have a nice weekend!
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