MS Word 2003 "Book fold" mode in 2007?

Posted on 2014-08-20
Last Modified: 2014-08-20
Hi Experts,

In MS Word 2003 I can select book fold mode as follows:
    File > Page Setup > Margins > Pages > Multiple Pages > Book fold
to print a document as a booklet, ready to be folded, where it prints 2 logical pages on each physical page, and because it's double-sided it prints 4 logical pages on each leaf.

How do I get to that option in Word 2007?

Question by:tel2
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    Accepted Solution


    You could go to  Page Layout / Page Setup Click the small  symbol in the bottom right corner
    At the Pages / Multiple pages drop down, choose Book Fold

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    Author Comment

    Thanks Rgonzo!

    I'm new to Office 2007, and I would never had noticed that small symbol.  Not exactly intuitive.


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