Use inputbox to take number of copies to print in Word, changing header on page 1

kelly mort

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Hi,

This is not an excel question. But I have nowhere to post it ATM, and I have decided to give it a try here.

I want to use a macro to print a word document with some details as the header.

So here, when the inputbox shows up and I place 10 in it, it means I need 10 copies of the document. I have only two pages and will print all.

Then each page 1 of the documents printed, I want the headers look like this, ABC1, ABC2, ABC3, in this manner.

If there is a possibility to what I want to achieve, then someone should help me out. Thanks
 

kelly mort

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If any of the conditions I pointed out can be achieved, I will be glad to know it.

Any that can work will be great for me.

Thanks
 

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