Advice 1: How to print two pages on one

Microsoft Word has built-in opportunities for different ways of placing text on sheets of paper. In addition to using the columns and book templates, there are also options for placing two pages next to each other in a horizontal or vertical plane.
How to print two pages on one
You will need
  • Text editor Microsoft Word
Instruction
1
Open in a text editor, a document page which is necessary to place two on the list - a dialog is started by pressing CTRL + O.
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Go to the tab "Layout page" and open the drop-down list on the icon that says "Field" - it is placed here in the section "Settings page". The lowest item in the list called "Custom fields" - click it. In this way, a window opens with a more complete set of parameter settings page.
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Select the method of placement of pages on a sheet of paper. The 'Fields' tab, which opens by default, divided into several sections. In the section "Orientation" placed in two locations of pages on the sheet of paper in portrait and landscape mode (or portrait and landscape). If you need to place two pages next, click "landscape" if one over the other - leave the "book".
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Look in the "Page" drop-down list, put the next few pages. Open it and select "two pages per sheet". In the section "Fields", which placed first in this clutch, there will be changes in the names of the settings - set indents from the edges of the sheet and between pages on this sheet.
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The default settings for the selected print format A4. If you are going to use to print two pages per sheet in another format, then click the tab "paper Size" and select the desired format in the upper drop-down list.
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Click "OK" when all settings format will be installed.
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Earlier than Microsoft Word 2007 versions access to all these settings is opened by selecting "Settings page" in the menu "File".

Advice 2: How to print on a single sheet of two pages

In a text editor Microsoft Office Word offers the possibility to reduce the number of printed pages, placing them on a sheet in portrait format (when one sheet is placed a few pages). In other editors is basically the same principle. There are several ways to print on a single sheet of two pages.
How to print on a single sheet of two pages
Instruction
1
Use the printer install. This is the easiest way. Click the "Print" button or select from the drop down menu Office button" in the upper left corner of the text editor window. In the dialog box under "Scale" from the drop down list to select the desired value in the field "Number of pages per sheet" (2 pages). After that, the font size, printed, automatically reduced, the plate is divided into two parts. The text in the main document will remain unchanged.
2
To achieve the same result when printing and in the document, use a text editor. Change the page format of the document from portrait to landscape. To do this, go to the tab "page Layout", under "page layout" select "Orientation". From the drop-down list, select "Landscape."
3
Place the text on the page in two columns. To do this, with the tab "page Layout" from the same Settings page, select "Speakers". Using the drop-down list, select the value "Two". Go to the View tab, in the section "Show or hide the" install marker opposite point "the Line". Adjust the ruler to the desired size of the document fields and column spacing.
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Go to the Home tab. Select the text or text fragment with the mouse, Ctrl, Shift and arrow keys or the tab "Edit" choose "Select all". Reduce the font size to the next page was entirely in the right column. To do this, see "Font" on the same tab select the appropriate value.
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If the toolbar you can't find the right field, click the right mouse button in the document from the drop-down menu, select "Font" - this will bring up a dialog box. In the opened window go to the Font tab, under "Size" set the desired value, close the window.
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To further customize the document, use the options editor to set the desired spacing between letters or lines. To do this, choose the corresponding options in the menu window "Font" - tab "Interval" window "Paragraph" tab "Indents and spacing".
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