Question by  caftril (176)

How do you print a document map in Microsoft word?

I need a document map printed in Microsoft word.


Answer by  severaltimes (247)

Try pressing Ctrl + Print Screen while the document map is displayed. Next, open Microsoft Paint or a similar program and press Ctrl + V. Edit the image and print it.


Answer by  DavidKol (36)

In the top left hand corner you will see the Office Symbol. Click the Symbol. Scroll to the bottom of that Context menu and highlight print. Click print and the print menu will appear. Select the options you want then at the bottom of that window click the print button.


Answer by  javondasmith (42)

you pull up micosft word program open a new file. got to the interneat find and save a map. Go back to your file input the map and print.


Answer by  Anonymous

go to references\table of content\insert table of contents then you shoul be abble to print the doc map with the number of level you wish "show level"


Answer by  JNorton (79)

A document map can not be printed from MS Word. You can work around this by using a "print screen" and printing the image.


Answer by  murali680 (559)

In first method, go to office button which is in top left hand corner. In it print option is there. By clicking this option you can print the map. Or otherwise you can print this map directly by clicking Ctrl+P key. In last method is copy the map and copy it in paint and print the map from paint.


Answer by  daddydaycare (46)

There is a small button with a picture of a primitive looking printer on it at the top of the screen. Click that and it should bring up your printers menu from there select how many copies you want to print then click the print button on that menu.


Answer by  Anonymous

Use Word's Snipping Tool to clip the map (probably in sections.) Save it it your desktop then insert it into a document. Print. You got it.

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