The Never-Stop-Learning Department

BY STANLEY ZAROWIN

In the August 2006 issue (page 80) I said that selecting Current page in the Print command only prints the page showing on the screen. Not so, advises Roger Winslett, a CPA from Marietta, Ga. Current Page will print the page where the cursor is positioned , and that’s not that as insignificant as it may first appear. For example, if you have a large document and you use Page Down (or click on the Scroll Bar) to move through the document and then command a print job with Current Page , your printer will spew out the first page of the document—where the cursor was positioned—not the page showing on the screen.

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