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How to Print a booklet using A3 paper

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We have a Cannon printer in the office that supports A3, A4 paper. How do i select A3 paper and print a booklet?
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by:sergeiweerasuriya
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I want to print it on A3 papge so it can automatically be stapled and folded so it reads like a center-stapled double A4 booklet.
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Hello Suriya,
Assume your printing from MS-Word.
Go To File >> Page Setup>>Margins>>
go down and select checkbox of 2 pages per sheet.
then >>go to paper size >> select A3 >> and Landscape.

click ok to finish , then go again to file print , select the correct printer and print.

good luck
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