Here's our Microsoft Office Tip for.. February 5, 2001
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Printing a Separator Page For Your Print Jobs
If you work in a crowded office with many people sharing the same printer, you know what it's like to stand around and wait to see when your job will emerge. There's a handy feature in Windows that allows you to print a separator page for your documents, so you can easily pick apart which pages belong to whom. Click the Start button on the Windows taskbar and go to Settings, Printers. Right-click on your printer icon and select Properties. Click the General tab and select a style from the Separator Page pull-down menu. Simple separator pages are blank sheets with "Separator Page" printed on them; full separator pages have large-print text.