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How to print without borders on two pages per sheet.

Posted on 2011-09-18
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I am used to printing two pages per sheet in MS Word 2003, which works well.
Now I am trying to print two pages per sheet with MS Word 2007- and it prints a border around
the edges of both pages (on the one sheet). I want to remove this border.
I find no way to do this.
Can you help please.

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Question by:Fritz Paul
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You've set the 2 page per sheet in the virtual printer options. Keep one page per sheet in the virtual printer but set 2 pages per sheet in print preview.
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by:Paul Sauvé
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I have Office 2010 (Vista Home Premium x64). There are NO page borders when I print with 2 pages per page is selected! Please see attached file that I 'printed' as a PDF file.

Check the Page Layout tab -> Page Background -> Page Borders -> Page Border tab and make sure that None is selected. User-Guide-for-KompoZer.pdf
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by:Fritz Paul
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Thanks a lot. You are correct. It WORKS!
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