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There’s no obvious way to print the sections of a Word document, but you can still do it! Susan Harkins reveals the secret.

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Print word section

  1. 1. How to Print Word SectionYou can print word section even though there is no obvious way to do that.Word’s print feature offers a lot of flexibility, but there’s one trick that you might not know about.If you know a section’s number, you can print that section. The key is to combine the sectionnumber with the character s in the form section number.Fortunately, there’s an easy way to determine a section’s number. Right-click the status bar andcheck Section, and Word will display the Section indicator in the status bar. That’s the numberyou’ll use when printing. (Word 2003’s status bar displays this indicator by default.)Once the Section indicator is enabled, position the insertion point in the section you want to print
  2. 2. to update the indicator accordingly. Then, use that number in your print string as follows:1. Click the File tab and click Print in the left pane. In Word 2003, choose Print from the Filemenu.2. Choose Print Custom Range from the first setting’s dropdown. In Word 2003, you don’t have tochoose anything; you’ll enter the section code in the Pages option in the Print Range section.3. Then, preface the section name with the s character. For instance, to print section two, enter s2.4. Then, click Print. In Word 2003, click OK.You can combine this section-printing code with page numbers. Just remember to separate thepage numbers with comma characters. For example, to print page 1, section 2, and pages 10through 12, you’d use the following string: 1, s2, 10-12.Recommend Office .NET/Silverlight Component:Spire.XLS for .NET and SilverlightSpire.Office for .NET and SilverlightSpire.Doc for .NET and SilverlightSpire.PDF for .NET
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