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Dell MFP 1125 Printing in Microsoft Word

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I have a Dell MFP 1125 Multifunction Printer, Pc using Windows 7, Office 2010 64 Bit, Newest Drivers for the Printer.

The Issue I am having is that when you want to print a word doc and want more then one copy it will only print one.

It will print multiple copies in Outlook, Excell, PDF's, But not in Word.

I have removed and installed the Printer Drivers with the newest ones, and removed and reinstalled all Office products. Office 2010, Visio 2010, Project 2007.

Not sure what else to try any help would be great.

Thank you,

Randy
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I found 2 things not specific to your printer, but could be worth a try anyway.  Disabling Mopier Mode, or Unchecking Collate.
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