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    Two-sided landscape headers (2000/SR-1)

    Greetings,

    There seems to be a non-trivial design flaw in Word 2000. When using mirror margins and different odd/even pages, Word adds a gutter to alternate sides to allow for binding. That works fine in portrait. In landscape, I would think it should lower and raise the page similarly, and so it does, but there is a catch. The gutter is added to the inner and outer margins while the header and footer placing is unchanged! Am I dreaming or has anyone else noticed this or found a way of fixing it?

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    Re: Two-sided landscape headers (2000/SR-1)

    First, check if any header or footer in the landscape section is linked to "previous" header or footer,a nd break the link if there is. Then, go to page Setup and change the margins to the values you want, and check that the changes apply to the current section only.

    If you want to do this repeatedly, then create a landscape section as you want it (but without any content) and switch to Normal view. Then select the portion from Section Break to Section Break and define it as an AutoText entry. You can then reproduce these breaks with all settings at will.

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