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Some printers have the capability to print on both sides of a piece of paper. This feature is called duplexing, and it can add a big chunk of change to the cost of a printer. If your printer doesn't have duplexing, the only way to achieve the same result is to pass your paper through the printer twice. The following VBA macro will assist you in this process. It first prints the odd pages in a document, prompts you to turn the paper over, and then prints the even pages.
Sub PrintBothSides() Dim iTemp As Integer ActiveDocument.PrintOut Copies:=1, PageType:=wdPrintOddPagesOnly iTemp = MsgBox("Switch paper to continue", vbOKCancel, "PrintBothSides") If iTemp = vbOK Then ActiveDocument.PrintOut Copies:=1, PageType:=wdPrintEvenPagesOnly End If End Sub
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