Office 2000 - Word - printing - footer - bug?
When I use the "Page x of y" macro in the footer of a page and I print using the default option "all pages", my pages come out with '"1 of 1", "2 of 2"....."10 of 10" in the footer. But when I print specific ranges or pages, i.e. "1-10" it prints out OK, "1 of 10", "2 of 10"......"10 of 10".
do you have sections in the document. Word does not always play nice with page numbering across sections.
Is a forced Page Break a Section? That is about all that I use.
Hey, the same thing happens to me often times. Page 2 of 2, and so on.
Turn on "Tools / Print / Update fields". Or manually update the fields by selecting the entire document (Cntl-A) and pressing F9.
I've the same effect.
I vaguely recall this being a known bug. One of the service packs fixed it. A workaround is to print in reverse order.
Yup, known bug:
Hey! Thanks a lot. Much appreciate it! Printing in reverse order worked for me.
"Much appreciate it!" => "Much appreciated"
> "Much appreciate it!" => "Much appreciated"
Incorrect. "Much appreciate it!" could be lengthened to "I very much appreciate it!", but left as written is non-sensical.
If "much appreciated" presumes "I" as the subject, how is is it non-sensical to expect the same with "much appreciate it."?
Seems fine to me KJ
Because idiomatic expressions don't work that way, KayJay. You can't generalize a nonstandard phrase based on another nonstandard phrase; either the phrase appears in the lexicon, or it doesn't. "Much appreciated" has become an acceptable shorthand for "It is much appreciated." This implies nothing whatsoever about other phrases that use the word "appreciate."
That said, I understood what you meant the first time, and in fact my brain autotranslated "much appreciate it" as "much appreciated", so I had to read Grammar Police's comment a few times before I got his point.
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