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Hi!

I'd like to make "memory-cards" for my classes, where I put questions on one side of a square-shaped table, and the answers on the other side.

I'd like these square shaped parts of the document not too big so it's room for several on one page. Then I can print them, and then cut them making them equal in size.

BUT I can't figure out how to type on both sides.

Any help here?

Thanks in advance.
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Insert a table on page 1 and an identical table on page 2. Make sure that
margins are equal all round. Set the table rows to exact height to fill the
page margin to margin. Format the borders to print (a very pale grey that is
just visible when printed). In the cells, type 1, 2, 3, 4, etc.

Print the paper in DUPLEX or if you don't have a duplex printer, print page
1 and then replace in the printer and print page 2 on the reverse.

The result will enable you to see if the tables are correctly aligned -
adjust table position if needed.
The numbers will show you which front cell matches which obverse cell. Enter
your data to match. If needed, you can rotate your text direction on one
page.

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Hi!

I'd like to make "memory-cards" for my classes, where I put questions
on one side of a square-shaped table, and the answers on the other
side.

I'd like these square shaped parts of the document not too big so it's
room for several on one page. Then I can print them, and then cut them
making them equal in size.

BUT I can't figure out how to type on both sides.

Any help here?

Thanks in advance.




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krusetruse


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