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multi page 1/4 letter booklet

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I'm trying to create a multi-page 1/4 letter side fold booklet in MS Publisher. I've figured it out for a single page but when i have more than one page the order of the booklet gets all messed up, where the third page ends up in the middle of the booklet. Does anyone have a good idea how to accomplish this. I will need to cut the top of the pages )where the folds are) off so that the pages separate.
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by:BillDL
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Just to make sure we are talking about the same publication type, is it the publication type with the arrow pointing at it in my screenshot that you are trying to create?

If so, I will have a look and see if I can find where you might be going wrong.
 from Publisher 2003
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Bill that's the correct type. I was able to figure out a solution to my problem though. I used the booklet template, then changed the page setup so that the width was 5.5 and height was 4.25. This made it so that two booklets were printed on each sheet and all the pages were layed out properly. This isn't the same as a side-fold card i know, but this is what worked for what i needed. Thanks for your reply.
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by:Forensicon
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I was able to figure out the problem myself, see previous comment.
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by:BillDL
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Glad you found a template that works.  I didn't have time to explore much more at the time I posted, but on looking later I had decided that your better option would have been the one that you finally decided on.  Half-fold and quarter-fold projects are a nuisance to get right in print unless you have a remarkable ability to visualise how the separate parts of your paper sheets containing the printed matter will fold and then sit in relation to others.
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