Only first worksheet prints duplexed
This article was previously published under Q169033
When you print more than one worksheet in a workbook, only the firstworksheet is printed duplex.
If you turn on the duplex option in the Printer Properties dialog boxwhile the workbook you are printing is currently open, the duplex optionwill only be applied to the active worksheet.
To have the duplex option apply to all worksheets in your workbook, do thefollowing:
NOTE: The following steps were performed with an HP LaserJet 4si MX set asthe default printer.
Open your workbook. On the File menu, point to Print, and then click Properties. On the Paper tab, click More Options. In the Paper - More Options dialog box, select the one of the duplexing options, and then click OK. Click OK in the Printer Properties dialog box. Repeat this for every sheet in the workbook.
When you print your workbook, all worksheets will be printed with theDuplexing option.
NOTE: Microsoft realizes that having to set the print propertiesindividually on each sheet is very inconvenient for large files, and isconsidering a fix for a future version.
Microsoft has confirmed this to be a problem in the Microsoft productslisted at the beginning of this article.
For more information about printing workbooks, click the Index tab inMicrosoft Excel 97 Help, type the following text
and then double-click the selected text to go to the "Print the activesheets, a selected range, or an entire workbook" topic.
Article ID: 169033 - Last Review: 09/20/2007 20:18:00 - Revision: 2.0
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