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Printer settings are ignored when printing a Word document

Postby guest » Fri Dec 09, 2016 5:56 pm

Situation: The user has a problem to print a merged word document to any printers using manual tray. She doesn't have this problem if she print other word document.

Resolution: We find Microsoft has an article "The printer settings are ignored when you print a Word document". Setup paper source on the Word fixes the problem. Quoted:

To specify these settings, follow these steps: 1.Start Word, and then open the document you want to change.
2.In Microsoft Office Word 2003 and in earlier versions of Word, click the page or the section that you want to print, and then click Page Setup on the File menu.

In Microsoft Office Word 2007 and Word 2010, click the page or the section that you want to print, and then click the Page Layout tab. In the Page Setup group, click Page Setup to open the Page Setup dialog box.
3.Click the Paper tab.
4.Under Paper size, click the paper size that you want.
5. In the Paper source area, perform one of the following steps: •If the printer can automatically select the correct paper tray to use, click Default tray in the First page list, and then click Default tray in the Other pages list.

Default tray is the default setting in both of these lists.
•If the printer cannot automatically select the correct paper tray to use, you may have to select the paper tray that contains the paper size that you selected in step 4. To do this, click the appropriate paper tray in the First page list and in the Other pages list.

6.If you want to change the document's page orientation or its page margins, click the Margins tab.
7.Select the options that you want.
8.Perform one of the following steps in the Apply to box: •To use the paper size that you specified in step 4 for only the current section of the document, click Selected text.
•To use the paper size that you specified in step 4 for the current section of the document and for all remaining sections in the document, click This point forward.
•To use the paper size that you specified in step 4 for the whole document, click Whole document.

9.Click OK.
10.Repeat steps 2 to 9 for each section of your document for which you want to specify settings.
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