Although you can set your current settings as default and can enforce the program to use the same settings every time a printout is required, leaving the MS PowerPoint 2013 print settings to the default configuration is the ideal way to use the application.
When the default settings are tampered, you might be required to change the print settings every time you want a printout of the presentation. This unwanted configuration of MS PowerPoint 2013 might annoy you, and you might end up getting frustrated with the obnoxious behavior of the program.
The good news is that the things are still under control. You can change the modified settings back to the default without any administrative intervention, or becoming technically sound. All you need to do is that you need to change the configuration options that can be found under the ‘PowerPoint Options’ box.
Using the ‘PowerPoint Options’ box, you can even set static print settings that will be used every time a printout is needed but that configuration is not recommended. As mentioned above, if you make the printer settings static, you might require to change the settings every time you need a printout in the cases where custom print settings are required to get the prints in bulk.
By following the instructions given below, you can easily configure the MS PowerPoint 2013 to use the same print settings that were most recently used. Such settings will become application for all the printouts of the desired PowerPoint presentations in future until they are changed:
- Log on to the computer using any account.
- Initialize MS PowerPoint 2013 program.
- Open any existing presentation or create a new one.
- On the opened interface go to the FILE tab.
- From the displayed list, go to Options.
- On the opened PowerPoint Options box, from the left pane, click to select Advanced.
- From the right pane, under the When printing this document section, click to select the Use the most recently used print settings radio button.
- Once done, click OK to save the changes.
- If required, restart MS PowerPoint 2013 program to allow the changes to take effect.