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Magazine style Template for Word or other?

Postby QXJjb25uYQ » Wed, 09 Apr 2008 14:09:02 GMT

I'm trying to figure out how to use Word to print out a small magazine style 
booklet.  Basically I need it so it prints the pages properly so when I put 
them together and staple them they work like a book.  I don't know if Word 
has this option, so if it does, please late me know.  I know there is a page 
setup option that lets you put it in book format, but I don't know if it 
prints right.  What I mean is this:
If you have 6 pages to print (two pages per one standard piece of printing 
paper) the pages would go:
Printing Page one--left side Pg. 1 of booklet, right side pg. 6
Printing Page two--back left side that meets with Pg. 1 of first Printing 
Page is page 2, then left front side is pg. 3, right side front pg. 4, right 
side back pg 5.

Does that make sense?  Basically I don't know how to get the thing to print 
out of order without my having to manually move all the text to the spaces 
they need to go.  Does Word have an option for this or is there a template 
that will do it or a template for another Office program that will?  I'm 
planning to print 30-50 page little booklets (or about 15-25 printing pages 
in total), like a little magazine.

Any help here would be greatly appreciate.

Thanks,
Shaun

Re: Magazine style Template for Word or other?

Postby Jonathan West » Wed, 09 Apr 2008 18:19:57 GMT

Take a look here

Booklet printing
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Re: Magazine style Template for Word or other?

Postby QXJjb25uYQ » Thu, 10 Apr 2008 02:46:01 GMT

Oh, that's perfect!  Thank you very much.  It has an option to work with Word 
and it even lists some other products that aren't too expensive!  Thanks 
again, this is exactly what I needed.

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