Re: Printing Question

Subject: Re: Printing Question
From: "Bergerson, Carl A" <Carl -dot- Bergerson -at- UNISYS -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 10 Jun 1998 06:25:24 -0500


Thanks for a great list.

Try 2x4 in WOPR. I used up it through Word 6 and it worked well; I'm
sure it still does, I just haven't needed it in a while.

Carl Bergerson
Mission Viejo
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carl -dot- bergerson -at- unisys -dot- com

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> From: Eric J. Ray[SMTP:ejray -at- RAYCOMM -dot- COM]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 12:43 PM
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> Subject: FWD: Printing Question
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> Hi all -- forwarded on request, so please respond on list or to:
> gldmeier -at- actcom -dot- co -dot- il
> A friend of mine is working on a project for a small company that
> wants to do its printing in-house. They bought a 'fancy' printer (not
> syre which one - but I can find out if necessary). They want their
> manual to be 1/2 the size of a regular letter page adn inserted into a
> 3 ring binder. The manual is a word doc. Is there any way to get 2
> pages to print on one piece of paper? And in the correct order? (if
> you print 1 and 2 on the same page - the back side would be 3 and 4 -
> cut that in half and its - well -wrong)
> I thought the most logical thing would be to resize the pages in Word
> and then print double sided on the correct size paper. When
> mentioning this to the 'boss'- he said he does not want to cut so many
> pages in half.
> Any ideas as to the best way to accomplish this?
> Thanks alot,
> Shifra

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