How to set up paging or cross-page printing in WPS Writer

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How to set up paging or cross-page printing in WPS Writer

How to set up paging or cross-page printing in WPS Writer

How to set up paging or cross-page printing in WPS Writer

The system prints all the pages by default when printing a document. But what if we only want to print part of the pages in the document? Today we're going to share with you two solutions.


Method 1. Select the print range.

Take this document as an example. If we only need to print pages 1, 4, 5, and 9, we can click the Print button in the upper left corner or press CTRL+ P to pop up the dialog box.How_to_set_up_paging_or_cross_page_printing_in_WPS_Writer.gif


 At Page ranges, enter 1, 4, 5, 9, and insert commas to separate them from each other. Then we can print the document across pages.How_to_set_up_paging_or_cross_page_printing_in_WPS_Writer_1.gif


If we need to print pages 5 to page10, we can enter “5-10” in the box of Page Ranges.

Click OK, and we can see that only page 5 to page 10 are printed.How_to_set_up_paging_or_cross_page_printing_in_WPS_Writer_2.gif


Method 2. Hide the content that does not need to be printed.

For example, when we don't want to print something in the document, we can select and hide it.

For example, select the image and text, right-click Font, whose shortcut key is CTRL+D, and the dialog box pops up. At Effects, check Hidden and click OK to hide the content.How_to_set_up_paging_or_cross_page_printing_in_WPS_Writer_3.gif



In this way, the selected content is folded and hidden, and when we click Menu > Print > Print Preview, we can only see the remaining part.How_to_set_up_paging_or_cross_page_printing_in_WPS_Writer_4.gif


The above is the technique of paging and cross-page printing. Have you mastered it?