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Duplex Print Mail Merge Word 2003 Template

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I have a stock Certificate with similar data on front and back.  I have created a template for the front and a template for the back.  How can I create either one template for front and back to duplex print or use both current templates to duplex print?  This could be used on various printers with duplex print capabilities.

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Cambridge Tech
Certificate-Sample-Temp-Front.doc
Certificate-Sample-Temp-Back.doc
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If you have a duplex printer, then put a page break at the end of the front page document. Add the second page after the page break, e.g. by copy and paste. This will be your new both-sides template. Save it as such.

Provided that the merged pages do not overflow because of excess data, you should be able to print directly, or print the result document, in duplex.
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Thanks GrahamSkan for the solution.  Sorry for delayed reply.  Been out sick.  Solution worked great.
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