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when printing power point slides, double sided, the alternate pages print face down. (the pages appear in upside down format)

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when printing power point slides, double sided, the alternate pages print face down. (the pages appear in upside ?
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by:Chris Bottomley
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Hello satinderp_singh,

Sounds like a printer driver setup - do you have any options for the print output i.e. flip on long edge or print on top edge?

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Chris
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yes, i do have, under binding location option long edge [top] which is selected and the other option is short edge[left].
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Try short edge[left].i.e. the other option since what is right will depend on page orientation.  Hopefully that'll do it.

Chris
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