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Solved: Reverse Print Order- Default

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by dougglos, Apr 19, 2010.

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  1. dougglos

    dougglos Thread Starter

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    I regularly have to print documents of twenty or more pages, and would like to print them in reverse order each time, so that page 1 finishes on top, etc.
    I know I can click Print/Options/ and tick the approriate box, but wondered if I can make that a permanent (default) feature, as each time it reverts to the "un-reversed order". I am using Word 2003 and Windows 7.
    Thanks for any advice.
     
  2. Bernardo

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    Right click on Computer from the start menu, properties, then go to advanced system settings, then to startup and recovery and I think you can remove it from there.
     
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    Bernardo - Sorry, I have followed your advice through to "Startup & Recovery" but don't know where to go from there re the order of printing documents in Word. Can you please explain further? Thanks.
     
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    Ordinarily this option can be found within your printer options. Most printers are able to do this, though some don't. I recently changed mine, and it's relatively simple. Since I'm not sure of your printer model, and I'm not familiar with your software, it will be a matter of you finding it on your own really. Sorry I can't help much more than that, but you'll need to access the software that comes with your printer to get to the settings.
     
  5. dougglos

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    TheShooter93:- Thanks for that - I followed your advice and went to the printer software and found just what I needed! Have run a couple of documents and all is working perfectly. Now showing post as "Solved" Many thanks!!
     
  6. Bernardo

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    I am sooooooo sorry. I was replying to another thread, and must have had this one open as well. :eek: My sincere apologies :(

    I thought I was replying to this thread :(

    http://forums.techguy.org/windows-xp/917948-ex-dual-boot.html

    Again, my apologies. I'm glad that you solved your problem :)
     
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