Chapter 10. Printing Documents

Creating documents in Word wouldn’t be very satisfying without the ability to print out your work. Although the invention of computers was touted as leading to a lessening of our reliance on printed materials and paper consumption, the fact is that we will probably always encounter situations in which we need a tangible copy of a document. With Word 2010, it’s easier than ever to print your documents and control the various settings for number of pages printed, collation needs, page orientation, and more. The tasks in this section show you how to view more advanced printing options, print envelopes and labels, and tap into Word’s Mail Merge tools to generate mass mailings.

Viewing Advanced Print Options

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