To go to Word 2010’s Print view:
Click the File tab / Select Print
Word 2010 Print Options
From here, you can do pretty much anything you want
related to printing your Word document or managing the
When I start up Word 2010, my Print tab defaults are as follows:
All the changes can now be made in the Backstage area.
Click the black arrow for different options.
As you edit the printing functions, the Print Preview screen will reflect
the changes you are making.
|Defaults||What you can change with the drop down|
|Printer||What printer you want to use. You can also send to OneNote, or print to a file.|
|Print All Pages||What you print: all pages, the current page, a range of pages, or if text is selected, the selected text. Also various properties: including styles used, AutoText entries, and any custom key assignments you’ve made.|
|Print One Sided||Whether you print single sided or duplex (two sided).|
|Collated||Whether or not the sheets are printed in order or not.|
|Portrait Orientation||The orientation of the document.|
|Letter||The paper size.|
|Office 2003 Default Margins||Preset margins, or custom margins.|
|1 Page Per Sheet||
How many pages per sheet you print, up to 16.