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File Print 1 2 3 4 5 6 Figure 4-14. Configuring page layout 2. Properties . This button provides a shortcut for configuring global settings for the printer (see "Setting Printer Properties," below). 3. Print to file. This option saves the print job as a file with a .prn extension, including all information necessary to print the file (even the fonts). You can then take this file to any other computer running Windows 95/98/NT and drop the file on the printer icon to print it. The document will print without a Word installation. 4. Page range. This option prints the whole document, the page that currently holds the insertion point, text selected prior to using the print command, or specified page numbers or ranges (e.g., 2-9). 5. Copies. Use this to specify the number of printed copies and whether multiple copies should be collated. If copies are collated, each page of the document is printed out before printing the next copy. If not collated, all copies of the first page are printed, then all copies of the second page, and so on. 6. Print what. Use this drop-down list to choose what to print in the document by selecting one of the following settings: · Document properties . Prints a single page that lists the document's filename, directory, template, and all of the information included on the Summary and Statistics tabs of File Properties. · Comments . Prints a list of comments added to a document using Insert Com- ment. See Chapter 6 for more information on using comments. · Styles . Prints a list of every style available in the current document. For each style, a description of the components of that style (font, font size, etc.) are also included. 118 | Chapter 4:File