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how to print a tabloid size document on A4 paper

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I have a document in inDesign: tabloid size. I would like to be able to print out a draft to review. How can I make it print on TWO sheets of A4 paper (i.e. so I can read it in the normal size, and not shrunk).

I'm on MAC OS X Snow Leopard

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I saved it as a pdf and then opened it with Photoshop.

Then I cut it into two documents to print separately.

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Nobody offered a suggestion. I figured something out
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