Sometimes I would like to print a 16 page document, not on 16 separate sheets of A4, but on both sides, so that it reads as a novel, as anybody got any ideas about this or do I have to purchase a M$$ Word book. Your thoughts on this will be most helpful.
Do you mean print double sided on eight sheets or on one large sheet to then fold and cut?
If the former, this is a function of your printer and you either have a duplex printer or instruct almost any printer to print alternate pages only, put the printed sheets back in and print the other sides with the pages that were not printed in the first pass.
If the latter, you will need a large format printer and a good deal of patience (the first time) working out how to lay the pages out.
If you want to print page 1 on one side of A4 and page 2 on the opposite side.
In MS word to print on both sides
File/print select pages and put in number of pages in reverse i.e. 16-1, further down you will see print all pages in range, change this to odd pages this will print pages 15-1. Take pages and put into feed tray.
Now go to file/print and select even pages, this will print pages 2-16
I would suggest trying a few pages first to make sure you have put the pages in the correct way.
I usually wait for the preview page then in the left hand panel, click on even numbers, press Option and remove page. Print all the odd ones, Reload paper and repeat the same for the even numbers. Bit tedious but it works for me Regards Carper
Thanks for taking the timeout to look and answer my query.........you have all made it seem easy, feel abit foolish asking the question now, still we live and learn, and I am very grateful of all the help over the period since I first logged on (734 logs ago).......Cheers