Question: i would like to know how i can write on one page and then when i print out the document it also has writing on the back? my boss wants me to make a sort of like card with information on the outside aswell as inside, without the fuss of gluing the two sides together like you do on downloaded birthday cards off the internet (for example) is this possible to do? and what program will i need to do it? any tipe would be gratefully appreciated as i have to do this within the next couple of hours for a presentation. thanks x
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you are using Word? to tell you the truth, the easiest method is to print one page, then put the same page in the printer backwards. make sure you put it right so it will print as it should and not upside down. it will take you about 5 min at most. you need to have microsoft office installed in order to use word
No you wont lose any thing at all. I also upgraded from Microsoft office 2000 to office 2007. It is great experience. Microsoft Office 2007 supports office 97 to 2003. You don’t have to worry at all. But I will advise you to make a back up copy of them all. Like zip them or Make CD or email them in your inbox or save them in to USB Drive.
If you have duplex printer, you can simply select to print both sides of the page. If it is not there, then first print all the odd pages, then just turn the sheets then again put it back in the tray, then now print all the even pages. Make sure that the page 2 will print on the back of page 1 and so on....
I think I understand you but not sure. If this is not the answer, shoot me an e-mail and explain a little more but: Newspaper-style columns To create newspaper-style columns using a table: Open a new document. In Word 2007, from the Insert tab, click Table, and then select Insert Table... . In Word previous versions, from the Table menu, choose Insert, and then choose Table... . In the "Number of columns:" field, type the number of columns you want in your document. For "Number of rows:", type 1 (the number one). Click OK to create your table. The table will probably look very small, but it will grow as you add information. You can also add or remove table borders: Move your cursor to the table. In Word 2007, from the Page Layout tab, select Page Borders. In previous versions of Word, pull down the Format menu, and then select Borders and Shading... . Choose the border options you want for your table. You can choose from presets (such as "None") on the left side of the window, or you can manually select which borders to turn on or off from the "Preview" section on the right. Beneath the "Preview" section, you will see "Apply to:". Make sure this is set to Table if you want your border selection to apply to the entire table. If you see gray lines where you have chosen not to have a border, don't worry. Those are non-printing gridlines meant to help you see where your columns are. To turn gridlines on and off: Word 2007: From the Layout tab, select View Gridlines. Previous versions of Word for Windows: from the Table menu, choose Hide Gridlines or Show Gridline
you do 1 thing you print 1 page on the one side and then put the printed page in the printer again and this time put the paper inverted and give the prig for second page so there would be printing on both side of the paper hope this will work for u best of luck for ur presentation
If your document is on a drive on your home machine, how will the school machine be able to access it? Even if you leave your machine running, does it have a URL for the Web? In general, if a link starts off with a drive letter (C:, D:), no other machines will be able to access it. Only if it starts off with a valid URL will other machines be able to find it. Hope that helps.
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