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How to divide 4 slides into fourths to print

Posted on 2009-04-01
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I want to know how I can take 4 powerpoint slides and divide them equally onto a piece of paper and print them.  Handout view has a lot of wasted space and small print.  I've seen this done and didnt know how it was done?

Attached is an simple image of what i'm asking for.  I'd like it like that if possible

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Question by:khaji00
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Try Handout wizard http://skp.mvps.org/how/
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Agree.  Handout Wizard.
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Handout wizards works just fine, i also found a way to do it with Acrobat Pro.  Thanks for your input
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Good to know about Acrobat Pro.  thanks for sharing.
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