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In Word 2002, is it possible to create a document which has some pages that
are printed on both sides and other pages which are printed singly, without
having to go through a do it manually?
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Default Printing on both sides and single sides in the same document?

Leave the "back" page blank with page breaks.

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Default Printing on both sides and single sides in the same document?

I thought of this, but I don't really want to use page breaks as they
increase the page number of the document.

"JoAnn Paules" wrote:

Leave the "back" page blank with page breaks.

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In Word 2002, is it possible to create a document which has some pages
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are printed on both sides and other pages which are printed singly,
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Default Printing on both sides and single sides in the same document?

Use a section break and don't number that page. Start the numbering up where
you left off. I'm doing something similar right now at work. I will end up
with 22 different sections with about 15 different page numbering formats
and some of those sections get no page numbers at all.

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I thought of this, but I don't really want to use page breaks as they
increase the page number of the document.

"JoAnn Paules" wrote:

Leave the "back" page blank with page breaks.

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JoAnn Paules
MVP Microsoft [Publisher]

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How to ask a question
http://support.microsoft.com/KB/555375


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In Word 2002, is it possible to create a document which has some pages
that
are printed on both sides and other pages which are printed singly,
without
having to go through a do it manually?






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