Document.PrintPostScriptOverText Property (Word)

Office 2013 and later
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True if PRINT field instructions (such as PostScript commands) in a document are to be printed on top of text and graphics when a PostScript printer is used. Read/write Boolean.

expression .PrintPostScriptOverText

expression A variable that represents a Document object.

The PrintPostScriptOverText property controls whether postscript code is printed in a converted Microsoft Word for Macintosh document. If the document contains no PRINT fields, this property has no effect.

This example sets Word to print PRINT field instructions on top of text and graphics, and then it prints the active document.

ActiveDocument.PrintPostScriptOverText = True 
ActiveDocument.PrintOut

This example returns the current status of the Print PostScript over text check box in the Printing options area on the Print tab in the Options dialog box.

currSet = ActiveDocument.PrintPostScriptOverText
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