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Disable the print

I want to lock or disable the printing option of 1 documents?

is these possible?
if yes HOW?

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Click the MS Office button, Prepare, and then choose the security option you desire (disable print, for example). This feature is not available in all versions of Word - but it is included in Ultimate, Professional Plus, and Enterprise. If you have another version, this is not in the security options, but if your product is one of these three, you should be able to handle easily as indicated. Thanks for rating FixYa!

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From the excel help file

  1. Click the Microsoft Office Button o12filemenubutton_za10077102.gif, and then click Excel Options.
  2. Click Trust Center, click Trust Center Settings, and then click Macro Settings.
  3. Click the options that you want:
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Using Word 97. Applied a backgound to a document. Saved and printed. Background not printing out or even showing in Print Preview? Thank you


Hi,

To print the background in your document, do the following:

1) Open the word document and go to File->Print.
2) When the print window comes up, click the option button at the bottom.
3) Then,tick the Background colors and images as shown in the attach picture.
4) Click OK.Then Click OK again to Print.ramuss2003_0.png

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clickon start - then run - in run type services.msc
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http://blogs.zdnet.com/microsoft/?p=2616
this is free download
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How to unlock the selection


1. Save the document as ".xml" format.
2. Open the .xml doc in wordpad, emacs, or your favorite text editor.
3. Search for the string w:enforcement="1".
4. Replace the "1" with a "0" [i.e., disable enforcement].
5. Save the document from your text editor.
6. Open the .xml document in Word.
Your Word document can now be edited normally. Enjoy!

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In your list of printers, you will have one installed by QB called "QuickBooks PDF Converter". Do your reconcile and when it seems to lock up, open your list of printers from the control panel and open this QB printer. There will be a document waiting to print (not sure why, it might be internal to QB). Select that document and hit the delete key. That should free QB up to continue (works for me). You may need to select it and press Delete two different times to actually remove it from the printer. Finally, because it is not easy to open up Printers every time, make a shortcut on your quick launch or desktop to the Printers applet.

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Disable the print microsoft office 2007 (enterprise edition)


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Since it sounds like you have the ruler, just not the marks on it, it appears that you are using either print, normal, or web layout view - right? While this seems relatively simplistic, let's try to see what a couple basic things do.
1. Open several different documents and make sure this is happening throughout all of them, so we will know if it is a global problem, or document-specific.
2. Try switching views between print, normal, and web layout to see if they all have the same issue.
3. With your document open, go to View on the menu and clear the check beside Ruler. Then close and reopen a document and put the check back.
4. Check your Options (under Tools) and make sure you don't see anything there that looks off.
5. Make sure you can see the "white space" between pages.
6. If you aren't using / seeing the Vertical ruler, try to see if turning it on makes any difference. Go to Tools > Options and select Vertical Ruler (print view only).
Comment: I would work in Print View if possible for now, to get this resolved.
Question: Does any of this possibly relate to such things as tables, headers/footers, or other "out of the ordinary" circumstances? By "out of the ordinary", I mean to refer to saving files in other formats, converting from other formats, or using such things as columns, charts, graphics, formulas, or tables. Or are we basically just talking about a "plain-vanilla" document - type a straight letter, for example, just wanting the basic functions which include tabs, margins, indentation, and the like?

Finally, one last question - have there been any recent changes on the PC (maybe even apparently unrelated to Word/Office), such as added/removed programs, use of add-ins such as Adobe pdf convertors, etc., which could impact common or shared files or drivers? Has SP3 been installed for Office 2003, and has there been any change in print drivers? Was the file created in Word 2003 or some prior version? (Yes, I realize that's more than one last question, but these all could be possibilities.)

Why do you think there may be a registry problem?

If none of these provides the "solution", we'll get there! Thanks for rating FixYa!

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