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How to Print Odd/Even Pages only (in a report)

How to Print Odd/Even Pages only (in a report)

How to Print Odd/Even Pages only (in a report)

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I need to print odd/even pages for an address book (uses both sides of a paper) I figured out the formula
Me.page mod 2<>0 or Me.page mod 2=0 to determine odd or even pages.
I use this formula on every print section so every time i use print preview/open my report, it correctly displays/supresses the odd/even page.
Example, for odd, it displays: page 1 with data, page 2 is blank, page 3 is filled with data, page 4 is blank, page 5 with data, so on and so on.
Now when i print, it prints out the blank pages as well.
I want to streamline it so it will only print odd or even pages (no blank pages) .  Is there a way to do this?
Do I need to create a modal dialog box, or a customized toolbar? How do I get the customized toolbar to accept vb, because macro doesn't accept variables.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!

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