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Make two copies of an A5 page onto A4

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I have created a document on a page setup as A5. To save on paper I would like on printing to have two copies of this on an A4 page.
Can I somehow transfer two copies onto an A4 page within Word itself maintaining the original dimensions etc?
This seems one of those simple requirements but cannot obviously see how to do this.

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Mark
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bruintje earned 100 total points
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Hi MTindill,
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you can try
1. choose the file menu item and click print
2. then you can set the "print pages per sheet" box to 2
3. in the properties of you printer set it to landscape and A4 as the paper size

try it with the first 2 pages to see what happens becuase i'm not sure if it works out as it would in theory :)

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bruintje
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