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Powerpoint 2010 - Printing Notes Pages - more than one?

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Is there anyway to print more than one slide/note per page? It seems that I can only print one per page (see graphic).
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Choose File | Save and Send | Create Handouts. This lets you do multiple thumbnails + the notes, and it creates a table in Word with the thumbnails and the notes.

Best practice when using this tool is to choose paste link, then in Word go to File | Info | Edit Links to File and break the link. They don't update very well anyway, but choosing paste link instead of plain ol' Link when you create the things in the first place helps keep the file size down and seems to help prevent corruption.
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As Echo says  - also many PRINTERS have an option in setup to print 2 UP pages
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