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Cancel printing
Article Double-click the Printer icon on the status area of the task bar. Select the document you want to cancel. On the Document menu, click Cancel . Notes ...
Access 2003, Excel 2003...
Print a publication on a desktop printer
Article If you're looking for information about printing on both sides of a sheet of paper (duplex printing), click a link under See Also , which is displayed when you...
Publisher 2003
Answer Box: Print different labels on one sheet in Publisher
Article by Connie Miller You want to print one sheet of labels with different information on each label. Sounds so simple, doesn't it? Find out why you're having proble...
Publisher 2003
Print on both sides of a sheet of paper (duplex)
Article Several of the publication types that you create in Publisher — including brochures, postcards, and newsletters — are double-sided publications. When you're rea...
Publisher 2003
Print more than one copy
Article On the File menu, click Print . In the Number of copies box, enter the number of copies you want to print.
Excel 2003, FrontPage 2003...
Print crop marks
Article To print crop marks , you must print on a paper size that is larger than the page size you have set for your publication. Commonly, this requires that you prin...
Publisher 2003
Preview a page before printing
Article On the File menu, click Print Preview . Use the buttons on the toolbar to look over the page or make adjustments before printing.
Excel 2003, Outlook 2003...
Print a draft publication without graphics
Article On the File menu, click Print . Click Advanced Print Settings . On the Graphics and Fonts tab, click Do not print any graphics . Select any other options...
Publisher 2003
Print different business cards, labels, or name tags on the same sheet
Article How to print a whole series of business cards, labels, or name tabs on a single sheet.
Publisher 2003
About choosing between desktop, copy shop, and commercial printing
Article Different types of publications can require different printing methods. Printing to a desktop printer is inexpensive; however, publications produced in this way...
Publisher 2003
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