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Print Multiple Documents at Once

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Introduction

Do you need to print multiple documents at once?

This How-To Article shows you how to print multiple documents at once, without needing to open each one.


Print Multiple Documents at Once

1. Double-click the "My Computer" icon from the Desktop.

2. Navigate to the folder which includes all of the files which need to be printed.

3. Hold down the CTRL key, and single-click (click once) the icon of each file which needs to be printed.

Important Note: If you use "Single-click" to open a file, just pause the mouse over each icon that you would like to select.

4. Right-click one of the selected files, and select "Print" from the menu that appears.

5. Windows will now launch the program associated with each file, print the file, and close the program.

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