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Old December 6th 07, 11:21 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.pagelayout
marky17
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Default how do i print book format, 2 pgs/sheet? book fold doesn't work.

i need to print out a document on A4 so that i can have two pages per A4
sheet, double-sided (ie. 4 pages per A4 sheet). The paper will be folded in
half, and each page must have the immediately following page printed on its
reverse side.

ie. page numbers for the first sheet would be 4,1 with 2,3 on the reverse...

I've tried using book fold in page setup, but this doesn't work as the
numbering is quite different...

thanks,
mark




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Old December 7th 07, 12:51 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.pagelayout
Suzanne S. Barnhill
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Default how do i print book format, 2 pgs/sheet? book fold doesn't work.

When you select "Book fold," what you see in Word is pages in consecutive
order, but when you print, you will get the layout you describe.

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i need to print out a document on A4 so that i can have two pages per A4
sheet, double-sided (ie. 4 pages per A4 sheet). The paper will be folded
in
half, and each page must have the immediately following page printed on
its
reverse side.

ie. page numbers for the first sheet would be 4,1 with 2,3 on the
reverse...

I've tried using book fold in page setup, but this doesn't work as the
numbering is quite different...

thanks,
mark






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Old December 12th 07, 12:49 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.pagelayout
marky17
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Default how do i print book format, 2 pgs/sheet? book fold doesn't wor

thanks for that :-) the numbering issue was due partly to my printer
settings, which i have now changed...

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

When you select "Book fold," what you see in Word is pages in consecutive
order, but when you print, you will get the layout you describe.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA

"marky17" wrote in message
...
i need to print out a document on A4 so that i can have two pages per A4
sheet, double-sided (ie. 4 pages per A4 sheet). The paper will be folded
in
half, and each page must have the immediately following page printed on
its
reverse side.

ie. page numbers for the first sheet would be 4,1 with 2,3 on the
reverse...

I've tried using book fold in page setup, but this doesn't work as the
numbering is quite different...

thanks,
mark







 




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