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How do I stop activedocument.printout from printing a document summary with every copy

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I have used the following VBA to increment an invoice number document variable in a Word document and print two copies of the document. Trouble is that it prints a document summary sheet with the file name, directory, title, user....etc with every page. How do I get it to just print 2 copies of the document? I am using Word 2010
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Try the following: Click the Office button and then click Word Options. In the Display category, make sure that "Print document properties" is cleared. Click OK.

if it doesn't resolve the problem, could you post the code?

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Sorry, forgot to post the code but you solved the problem. Thanks
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