Select a different printer. Word shows only those fonts supported by the
Bottoms of pages don't print.
A lot of printers (inkjets in particular) are unable to print closer than
.67 inches or so from the bottom edge of the paper.
Choose Page Setup on the File menu and increase the bottom margin and
footer distance settings to a value greater than 0.67 inches.
Print a range of pages that spans more than one section of a document.
The print dialog box recognizes p1s1 to mean page one of section one. The
easiest way to remember this syntax is to compare it to the page
numbering shown in Word's status bar, which shows Page 1 Section 1.
View the first and last pages of that range and note the page and section
numbers listed in the status bar. Let's assume the first page to be
printed is Page 1, Section 3 and the last page to be printed is Page 3,
Section 7. To print this entire range of pages, enter the following string
into the Pages field of the print dialog: p1s3-p3s7
Print white text on a black background.
The color of text is a font attribute. The color of the background is a
paragraph shading and table cell shading attribute.
1. Select the paragraphs where you want to make the change. (Highlight all
2. Choose Borders and Shading on the Format menu, click the Shading tab at
the top of the dialog box, and set the paragraph shading to black.
3. Choose Font on the Format menu and set the Font to white.