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How to save the current page in a new file with all the page settings (header, footer, page number, margins, etc???



This question sounds to be easy as there might be more than one way to work around...!

what i used to do is to save all the document in anther file and then to delete all the pages except the one that i need!!!!!

I'm looking for more practical way!!!! it is the same when we print, we can choose the pages that we need to print...! why we don't have this option for saving?????

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Hi Jamal,

If your page setup is the same as the template upon which the document is based, you can simply create a new document based on that template, then copy the page into it. If you want the page header & footer, you will need to copy & paste those separately.
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Hi Jamal,

If your page setup is the same as the template upon which the document is based, you can simply create a new document based on that template, then copy the page into it. If you want the page header & footer, you will need to copy & paste those separately.
Thank you Paul.

Actually, i think it is quite impractical do this much of work just to save one page in a new file with exactly the same format...!!!!

in this case:

i need to copy the body
then the header
the the footer
then to reset the page margins
then to set footer and header margins

why Word doesn't have a command like "Save current page"?????? and this will take all the formats and setting as they are???

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Hi Jamal,

What I said is correct. - Youl will only need to adjust the margins if your page setup is NOT the same as the template upon which the document is based.

Of course, the process can be automated with a macro. There are probably dozens of such macro available on the web.
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Hi Jamal,

What I said is correct. - Youl will only need to adjust the margins if your page setup is NOT the same as the template upon which the document is based.

Of course, the process can be automated with a macro. There are probably dozens of such macro available on the web.
Hi Paul,

hope you are fine.

i couldn't find a satisfactory macro that can save particular pages to a new file (that will take all the formats of the original file

could you provide me with some "cool" macro if your time permits?

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Hi Jamal,

As I said:
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There are probably dozens of such macro available on the web.
Have you looked for one? If not and it's just an occasional job, the simplest way is to copy the whole document (eg using Windows Explorer), open the new document, then delete the unwanted pages.
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Hi Jamal,

What I said is correct. - Youl will only need to adjust the margins if your page setup is NOT the same as the template upon which the document is based.

Of course, the process can be automated with a macro. There are probably dozens of such macro available on the web.
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Hi Jamal,

As I said:

Have you looked for one? If not and it's just an occasional job, the simplest way is to copy the whole document (eg using Windows Explorer), open the new document, then delete the unwanted pages.
many thanks Paul.

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