Printing Items

After you choose the print style and preview an item to make sure it's what you want, you can print the item. You can indicate the number of copies you want to print, select a printer, change the print style or page setup, and set a print range.

When you're ready to print an item, follow these steps:

  1. graphics/print.gif Choose File , and then select Print or click the Print button on the Standard toolbar. The Print dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 17.3.

    Figure 17.3. Set the printing options before printing the item.


  2. Your default printer appears in the Printer area of the dialog box. If you have a different printer connected to your system that you would like to use, choose a different printer from the Name drop-down list.

  3. In the Print Style area, choose a print style from the list. You also can edit the page setup (with the Page Setup button) or edit or create a new style (with the Define Styles button).

  4. In the Copies area of the dialog box, choose All, Even , or Odd in Number of Pages , and enter the number of copies you want to print. This function is useful if you are going to print on both sides of the paper (this is called manual duplexing ). You print the even pages, and then flip the sheets over in your printer and print the odd pages. Click the Collate Copies check box if you want Outlook to automatically assemble multiple copies.

  5. Set the print range with the options in that area. (The Print Range options vary depending on the type of item you're printing.)

  6. Click OK to print the item.

Microsoft Office 2003 All-in-One
Microsoft Office 2003 All-in-One
Year: 2002
Pages: 660
Authors: Joe Habraken

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