It happens too often that I'm only wanting to print one page, but I move too fast and the entire document starts printing.
Is there a way to set up a large Word document to verify that I only want to print the current page I'm on?
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You could override the default print dialogs with your own defaults. You would only add this macro to the documents that you want to have different defaults for.
' Override File -> Print (does not work on Word 2010) Sub FilePrint() Call ShowPrintDialogWithDefault End Sub ' Override Ctrl + P or PrintPreview in the toolbar Sub PrintPreviewAndPrint() Call ShowPrintDialogWithDefault End Sub ' Override the Quick Print button Sub FilePrintDefault() Call ShowPrintDialogWithDefault End Sub Sub ShowPrintDialogWithDefault() With Dialogs(wdDialogFilePrint) .Range = wdPrintCurrentPage ' Set print current page only as the default setting .Show End With End Sub