Window.PrintOut procedure builder

Window.PrintOut (Word)

Prints all or part of the document displayed in the specified window.

PrintOut (Background, Append, Range, OutputFileName, From, To, Item, Copies, Pages, PageType, PrintToFile, Collate, ActivePrinterMacGX, ManualDuplexPrint, PrintZoomColumn, PrintZoomRow, PrintZoomPaperWidth, PrintZoomPaperHeight)

ActiveDocument.PrintOut Range:=wdPrintCurrentPage

Arguments

Optional arguments

The following arguments are optional

Background - Set to True to have the macro continue while Microsoft Word prints the document

Append - Set to True to append the specified document to the file name specified by the OutputFileName argument. False to overwrite the contents of OutputFileName

Range - The page range. Can be any WdPrintOutRange constant

OutputFileName - If PrintToFile is True, this argument specifies the path and file name of the output file

From - The starting page number when Range is set to wdPrintFromTo

To - The ending page number when Range is set to wdPrintFromTo

Item - The item to be printed. Can be any WdPrintOutItem constant

Copies - The number of copies to be printed

Pages - The page numbers and page ranges to be printed, separated by commas. For example, "2, 6-10" prints page 2 and pages 6 through 10

PageType - The type of pages to be printed. Can be any WdPrintOutPages constant

PrintToFile - True to send printer instructions to a file. Make sure to specify a file name with OutputFileName

Collate - When printing multiple copies of a document, True to print all pages of the document before printing the next copy

ActivePrinterMacGX - This argument is available only in Microsoft Office Macintosh Edition. For additional information about this argument, consult the language reference Help included with Microsoft Office Macintosh Edition

ManualDuplexPrint - True to print a two-sided document on a printer without a duplex printing kit. If this argument is True, the PrintBackground and PrintReverse properties are ignored. Use the PrintOddPagesInAscendingOrder and PrintEvenPagesInAscendingOrder properties to control the output during manual duplex printing. This argument may not be available to you, depending on the language support (U.S. English, for example) that you have selected or installed

PrintZoomColumn - The number of pages you want Word to fit horizontally on one page. Can be 1, 2, 3, or 4. Use with the PrintZoomRow argument to print multiple pages on a single sheet

PrintZoomRow - The number of pages you want Word to fit vertically on one page. Can be 1, 2, or 4. Use with the PrintZoomColumn argument to print multiple pages on a single sheet

PrintZoomPaperWidth - The width to which you want Word to scale printed pages, in twips (20 twips = 1 point; 72 points = 1 inch)

PrintZoomPaperHeight - The height to which you want Word to scale printed pages, in twips (20 twips = 1 point; 72 points = 1 inch)