Print and preview documents

Can’t find the Print Preview button? Microsoft Office programs combine Print and Preview in the same window—click File>Print to find both. On the right, you’ll see your document.

To see each page, click the arrow at the bottom of the preview, and if the text is too small to read, use the zoom slider to adjust it.

The page preview and zoom sliders in the Print and Print preview window

Choose the number of copies you want and click the Print button.

Print and back buttons

Click btn_l_arrow_off to return to your document.

To print only certain pages, print some of the document’s properties, or print tracked changes and comments—under Settings, next to Print All Pages (the default), click the arrow to see all your options.

Change the print settings of your document

If you’re printing a document that has tracked changes, choose how much markup you want to see in the printout. To turn off all markup, click Review. In the Tracking group, choose No Markup in the Display for Review box.

turn off review markup for printing

Sometimes you may have issues with printing and previewing. Here are some resources that can help:

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