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    Where is WOPR 2x4? (Office 2003)

    I am new to these forums... I have Microsoft Office 2003, and had heard that there is a plugin, called WOPR 2x4, for doing booklets and folders. Can anyone direct me to the URL for information about that program?

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    Re: Where is WOPR 2x4? (Office 2003)

    If you click the link marked WOPR Frontpage at the bottom of this page, it will take you to a page where you will find another link marked "you can order WOPR on this page".

    I don't see a component called "WOPR 2x4", but it may be a part of Woody's office power pack, I'm not sure.

    StuartR

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    Re: Where is WOPR 2x4? (Office 2003)

    WOPR (Woody's Office Power Pack) is available in several books written or co-written by Woody Leonhard, as well as "stand alone." More information is available just around the corner, at http://www.wopr.com/html/woprexplained.shtml. That page does not mention 2x4; with the addition of "book fold" printing options to Word, it appears to have dropped out of the WOPR tool set. Where did you get the reference that it was available for Word 2003?

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    Re: Where is WOPR 2x4? (Office 2003)

    <P ID="edit" class=small>(Edited by AlanMiller on 06-Aug-05 14:45. )</P>I think the answer you're looking for is near the bottom of WOPR Technical Support, under <font color=blue>WOPR TWO-BY-FOUR (2x4)</font color=blue>. Basically, it says what Jefferson surmized.

    Alan

    Added: There is some very good software available for this and other printing tasks, not limited to just Word/ Office. Check out
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    Re: Where is WOPR 2x4? (Office 2003)

    For simple booklet printing, I posted a macro in <post#=420,687>post 420,687</post: >. This will take a word document that has a multiple of 4 pages and print it 2 up and 2 sided to give a simple booklet (the tricky bit is telling Word what order to print the pages).

    StuartR

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