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I'm trying to find where you disable the document properties/confirmation page from printing when printing a document in Office 2007 and 2010.  

I found it once before but can't seem to find it again.  Where is the setting?

Thanks!
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Open word options by clicking on file file-->options (as an screenshot)
word op
and unlick as highlighted by going to (display ->printing options) as in screenshot
props
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...and of course it's under Display settings!  ;)
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