No options to print Word document from Mac Computer with Microsoft Office

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I have a Mac computer with Microsoft Office installed. When I try to print a Word document, I do not have the option to print on both sides. This is causing me trouble as I print word documents often. I do not have the issue with any other application. Can anyone help me resolve the issue?

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No options to print Word document from Mac Computer with Microsoft Office

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You might not be using the right settings when printing your document. You will need to do the following:

  • Press control P when your document is opened so as to open the printer dialog box;
  • And then go to printer properties.
  • There is where you will set the printer to print on both sides.

In case you do find the settings there, then you will have to do that manually. Remove the paper from the printer tray and the send the job to the printer. Place one paper on the tray one at a time so that it comes out and then you can print on the other side. You will continue doing that until the work is over.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #89288

No options to print Word document from Mac Computer with Microsoft Office

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Hello Jessica Thomas, I have read your issue about printing a word document forms a Mac computer. Did you install all the software updates from Apple? If so we can try troubleshooting it.

Check first your SAVED SETTINGS for your Printer from your FILE icon. The  reason also why you have print failure could be the document is damage. 

However we can try another option that is for the printer.  We will try to delete and add option for the printer. From MENU hit the UTILITIES then PRINT SETUP UTILITY should be double click and choose the printer you have and DELETE. After click ADD from CONNECTION METHOD LIST put the printer again and ADD. Try printing the document again if this will work without any failures.

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