Sometimes clicking Quick Print doesn't do the trick. Perhaps you want to make several copies of your document, or maybe you want to print only certain pages. To tackle those chores and others, you need to give Word and your printer more specific instructions. To do that, open the Print box (Figure 7-14) by choosing Office button → Print → Print (or pressing Ctrl+P).
Figure 7-13. The last step in the Send Fax Wizard gives you a chance to preview your fax and double-check the names and numbers of the recipients.
Figure 7-14. When your print job gets more complicated, you need to use the Print box. In addition to letting you choose a specific printer, the Print box lets you print multiple copies or print just a portion of your opus. You can also get at specific settings for your printer via the Properties box.
Word is pretty flexible when it comes to printing bits and pieces of your document. You can choose to print specific pages, or you can select a part of your document, and then tell Word to print only what you've selected. You make your choices using radio buttons in the Print dialog box's "Page range" section, described next.
All. This option prints your entire document using the Print dialog box's current settings. You can choose ...