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Does anyone know how to flip text in word. I am trying to get a mirror image of a document that will be used to make a film negative.

I have saved it as a PDF, then saved that as a graphic - jpg. Then flipped it in MS Photo Editor. It worked but the quality is very poor. Any other ideas ?

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Hi Jim_Pgh,
If you have a PostScript printer, you can get it to print negative or mirror image. You can access these features using the File...Print...Properties...Layout...Advanced...PostScript Options menu item.

And even if you don't have a PostScript printer, you can install the driver for one and print to file. You can then open that file using Acrobat Distiller and print from there to a non-PostScript printer.

Cheers!

Brad
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