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    Booklet Word/Publisher (Word/Publisher 2003)

    I have a faculty member who has a 40+ page Word file and would like his secretary to make it into a booklet using landscape 8.5 x 11 paper front to back. The text would be 6.5h x 4 wide. Page 1 would actually have page 1 and page 43 on it.....and so on. What is the easiest method for her to use to accomplish this?? Can it be easily done in Word?

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    Re: Booklet Word/Publisher (Word/Publisher 2003)

    tried this - does not allow me to use this feature. Error message indicates that the papersize, margins, columns, or something is not correct. I tried changing margins, gutter positions, everything I could think of and still does not let me use this feature. I am sure I am missing something though.

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    Re: Booklet Word/Publisher (Word/Publisher 2003)

    Booklet printing is an article by MVP Suzanne Barnhill that details a method of creating booklets in Word without using the book fold feature.

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    Re: Booklet Word/Publisher (Word/Publisher 2003)

    Try the Macro in <post#=420,687>post 420,687</post: > and see if it does what you want.

    StuartR

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    Re: Booklet Word/Publisher (Word/Publisher 2003)

    <P ID="edit" class=small>(Edited by JanB on 13-Oct-05 07:24. fixed typo)</P>
    <hr>Page 1 would actually have page 1 and page 43 on it.....and so on.<hr>
    I think it's mandatory that the number of pages is always dividable by 4. So maybe it works if you add an empty page at the end, so that page 1 and page 44 are on the first page of the booklet.

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