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    Is it Possible: Duplex Print Specific pages in a document

    Hi all,

    I've searched all over and can't seem to find a solution.

    i have a 10 page document and pages 5 and 6, then pages 9 and 10 are supposed to be printed double sided(duplex).

    Is this doable?


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    Moderator VBAX Guru Aussiebear's Avatar
    Dec 2005
    I have had a look at this issue. As of yet I have not seen anything that may assist you in this. Have you considered printing a defined range of "single page format" pages of your document and then printing a second copy of selected pages as double sided pages?
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    I will try that. Thanks for the suggestion!

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    VBAX Sage
    Apr 2007
    United States
    Duplex seems to be a printer option not available in VBA. I can print 5-6 manually by selecting print manually


    Macro recorder does not capture it

        Application.PrintOut FileName:="", Range:=wdPrintRangeOfPages, Item:=wdPrintDocumentWithMarkup, Copies:=1, Pages:="5-6", _        PageType:=wdPrintAllPages, Collate:=True, Background:=True, PrintToFile:=False, _
            PrintZoomColumn:=0, PrintZoomRow:=0, PrintZoomPaperWidth:=0, PrintZoomPaperHeight:=0

    There's a workaround here that is supposed to work


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    Thanks for looking into this Paul. I'll check it out now.

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