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    Does anyone know how to stop Word2003 remembering how many copies you last printed of a document. I want the print "copies" box to reset to 0 after the document is saved and closed.

    Thanks in advance for any help.


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    Re: Word 2003 Printing copies

    The default can't be zero, but it is always set to one by default.

    I can't say I've ever seen Word "remember" the amount of copies, unless the document in question is still open/active. When closing Word it should default back to one copy.

    Office 2000, XP (2002) and 2003 all have three Service Packs. Go to Help > About to check what you have installed. It should say SP3. Office 2007 doesn't have a service pack as yet, but only about 20 or so hotfixes according to WSUS.

    SP3 for Office 2003 also includes previous updates, so it includes SP1 and SP2. You can download it here

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