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When trying to print specific pages in a Word 2003 mail merge document, i am unable to print specific pages, I can print either all of the document or the current page, but cannot print range of pages.  Please Help - I have 1500 pages of documentation and only need a certain range. From 100 - 200.  
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It's possible that the pages are separated by section breaks. Go to the starting page that you want to print and open up your header and footers (View > Header and Footer). Then, see in the header/footer box title if there's a different section. If so, you'll need to specify which section to print in the print dialog box.

Here's an article on how to specify sections:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290984
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Thanks for the input.  This resolved the issue.  
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