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Old May 7th 07, 03:41 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.pagelayout
mnm_nut
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Default print two per page wide

I have printed "2 per page" before on legal paper - now I want to print "two
pages side by side" - client has 17"x14" legal paper that we will cut "after"
- printer will handle this, but can't figure how to set up the word
document... also it will be a "merge" layout, so page 1 and page 2 will be on
same paper... I know it seems dumb - but there is a "cost per image" factor
involved... thanks... lms
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Old May 7th 07, 03:55 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.pagelayout
Doug Robbins - Word MVP
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Default print two per page wide

Go to the Page Setup dialog and on the Margins tab, in the Pages section of
the dialog, select 2 pages per sheet, set the Orientation to Landscape and
set the Paper Size to 17 x 14.

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"mnm_nut" wrote in message
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I have printed "2 per page" before on legal paper - now I want to print
"two
pages side by side" - client has 17"x14" legal paper that we will cut
"after"
- printer will handle this, but can't figure how to set up the word
document... also it will be a "merge" layout, so page 1 and page 2 will be
on
same paper... I know it seems dumb - but there is a "cost per image"
factor
involved... thanks... lms



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Old May 7th 07, 06:20 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.pagelayout
mnm_nut
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Default print two per page wide

THANK YOU for your quick response... yeah... this worked for me... I had
tried this once before asking & it didn't "look" like it was working...
looked like it was gonna come out 'below' the other page... when i actually
printed it, came out the way I wanted... thanks so much...lms

"Doug Robbins - Word MVP" wrote:

Go to the Page Setup dialog and on the Margins tab, in the Pages section of
the dialog, select 2 pages per sheet, set the Orientation to Landscape and
set the Paper Size to 17 x 14.

--
Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP

"mnm_nut" wrote in message
...
I have printed "2 per page" before on legal paper - now I want to print
"two
pages side by side" - client has 17"x14" legal paper that we will cut
"after"
- printer will handle this, but can't figure how to set up the word
document... also it will be a "merge" layout, so page 1 and page 2 will be
on
same paper... I know it seems dumb - but there is a "cost per image"
factor
involved... thanks... lms




 




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