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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by rletter, Apr 27, 2010.

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  1. rletter

    rletter Thread Starter

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    I have successfully merged an Excel doc into a Word doc and edited the name tags to yield about 20 pages of 8 labels each (name tags). I want to be able to select which page(s) to print but when I try to insert a manual page break it just inserts a blank page. Won’t it still continue right through that? I am sure I am missing something. I don't want to waste the label stock.
    Thanks much!
     
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    The control of the pages being printed are controlled within the proint program.

    What do you expect to do with this page break?
     
  3. rletter

    rletter Thread Starter

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    I want to "pick" the pages to print. Now all pages print-they act as one document. If I don't stop the printer all 20 pages will print. I want to say, "print current page" or "list pages to print". Now, now no matter what I do ALL pages print - just like they are one big page.
    Maybe, I did not make myself clear in my first statement.
    Thanks.
     
  4. Yorkshire Guy

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    Hi rletter,

    Your doc is comprised of 1 long page split into sections where 1 section = 1 physical paper page.

    So to print physical pages 5 to 7 you just specify to print range Pages s5-s7.

    lol
    Hew
     
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