How to Print a Range of Pages in Word 2007
You can print a specifically selected range or group of pages in Word 2007, which is handy if you don’t need to print the entire document.
Click the Office Button in the upper-left corner of Word 2007 and choose the Print command from the Office Button menu that opens.
The Print dialog box opens.
Select the Pages option in the Page Range section of the Print dialog box.
Look for the last of the three vertical radio buttons on the left side of the dialog box.
Type the page numbers or a range of page numbers and click OK.
To print pages 2 and 6, for example, type 2,6.
To print pages 3 through 5, type 3-5.
To print pages 1 through 7, type 1-7.
After you click OK, the pages you specify, and only those pages, are printed.
In Word 2007, you can print a single page, a range of pages, or even a hodgepodge combination of random pages from within your document.
You can print quite specific page ranges in Word 2007. For example, to print page 3, pages 5 through 9, pages 15 through 17, and page 19 (boy, that coffee went everywhere, didn’t it?), you type 3, 5-9, 15-17, 19.