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Since yesterday, Im using Office 2010 at the office. Everything is going well so far. But Im having some printing problems. We have standard letters we use. When I have to write one, I just grab an empty standard letter and fill it in. But then with printing it goes wrong. The first page of the letter needs to be printed on our office stationary (is that the correct english translation?), the seconde, thirds, fourth etcetc pages need to be printed on normal white paper. But its printing everything on office stationary, including logo's and stuff.

If I check the options Im able to change a standard macro. But Im not able to point out which page needs to be printed on what paper. Is there a sollution?

asked Jun 22 '11 at 05:01

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edited Jun 25 '11 at 11:57

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So why not just put the Office Stationary on the top of the printer paper drawer then print. The first page will be on stationary and the rest on white paper. Good?


answered Jul 11 '11 at 15:47

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edited Jul 11 '11 at 15:48

Yes, thats correct. But when you consider that Im sharing that printer with almost 15 other people, and not everybody is writing letters, and the printer is 15 meters away from my desk, and I have to go through 2 doors to reach it.... Nah not realy a sollution hehe.


answered Jul 12 '11 at 05:05

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