The Page Range section of Word's Print dialog box lets you print only the pages you need. For example, if you needed to print pages 1, 10, and 100 of a 100-page document, you would enter 1,10,100 in the Pages text box. That works — as long as your document is not made up of more than one section.
For example, say you have a document that is divided into 10 chapters, each in a separate section of the document, and each numbered separately starting with 1. Thus, Chapter One is numbered 1-1 through 1-10; Chapter 2 is numbered 2-1 through 2-20; and so on. To print Chapters 1 and 4, you would enter the following in the Pages text box:
To print Chapters 2 through 4, you would enter:
To print individual pages within each section, you would add p and the page number to the section number. For instance, to print pages 1-1 and 2-2, you would enter
p1s1,p2s2as shown in Figure A.