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Creating half-folded Word files
Be it for leaflets, pamphlets, booklets or maps, in Word 2013 you don't have to guess the riddles when you print several pages per out. Instead of falling out of line when you' re working on it, this way you can split each page on the page so you can work on your documents like any other Word spreadsheet.
If you are good to go, Word will send two pages to the printers at once, both of which will fit on a piece of blank page and fold. The standard setting affects the whole page layout of the whole documen. Choose "2 pages per sheet" from the Multiple Pages drop-down list to generate a spreadsheet page that will fold in the middle, such as a greetings note.
Instead, if you create a multi-page booklet, select "Book Fold" to have the pages printed in the order required for tying. Select the Landscape alignment to create a full-length half-length version of a standard workbook. Don't be deceived by the term, which relates to the alignment of an unwrapped page - despite the name "landscape", your notebook will end higher than broadly with each page.
On the contrary, a booklet that opens vertical, select "Portrait". Customize the borders for all pages of your booklet using the thumbnail picture. Because you fold your wrapping in half, the edges "inside" and "outside" are contraintuitive, so keep an eye on the previews. Gutter ", the only clear border when you print a fanfolded page, affects how much room is available for tying.
If you just cut a piece of piece of paper in half, you can securely place the channel at "0". When working on a collapsed page, each page in Word will be a separate page in the finished page, not an empty piece of hard copy. Go to the "View" page and click on "Multiple Pages" to see two pages at once and see what your end products will look like.
Go to the "File" window and click "Print". To create a simple collapsed two page paper, keep all your preferences to their default values and click on "Print". If you want to use double-sided brochures on each page, click "Print Single-Sided" to choose an alternate. When your machine is capable of double-sided copying, choose "Print on both sides" to have both sides of each page printed out.
When you do not see this checkbox, your machine does not accept dual mode imprint. Instead, select "Print on both sides manually" and re-load each page when asked to do so.