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This step-by-step article describes how to print a range of pages in a Microsoft Word document that has multiple sections, each with its own page-numbering sequence.
In Word, you can create a multiple-section document with different page numbering in each section. To specify a page or a range of pages to print, you must supply both the page and section number of the range that you want to print. In a multiple-section document that contains more than a single page 1, Word cannot determine which "page 1" to print unless you also supply a section number.
p<page number>s<section number>-p<page number>s<section number>For example, to print page 5 of section 3 through page 2 of section 4, type p5s3-p2s4.
To print nonadjacent pages or nonadjacent sections, type the page and section numbers, separated by a comma (,). For example, to print sections 3 and 5 (but not section 4), type s3,s5. To print pages 2 through 5 of section 3 and pages 1 through 4 of section 5, type p2s3-p5s3,p1s5-p4s5.
To print a page or a range of pages, follow these steps:
Note These steps may also be useful when printing selected pages of a merged document.
Article ID: 290984 - Last Review: December 19, 2006 - Revision: 3.1
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