How can I create a double sided bookmark in Word? - Microsoft Office Word Forum - WordBanterMicrosoft Publisher supports duplex printing, making it easy to create double-sided brochures, newsletters and other publications on nearly any printer. You design your publication and tell Publisher you want to print on two sides. Once configured, the application will alert you when and how to flip the pages over to print the second side, eliminating the guesswork that usually comes with creating double-sided documents. Launch Publisher and create a blank document or select a template from one of the categories on the opening screen. Using a template is often easier when you are creating a brochure, business card or other double-sided publication with a non-standard page layout. Design your publication as you would normally.
Double Sided Printing on Bookmarks
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Printing your own forms is easy, but when you need to print a document with two sides, some people can get confused. While both work in a similar fashion by adding a second page , the way you may think of the new pages might be a little different. You need to realize that you have to mirror your first page. This means that whatever you want to be on the back of the left side of your first page needs to be on the right side. At first you might think that the first green bookmark on the first page the page on the left would have a red bookmark on the back of it. Actually, it would be the second green bookmark, the one on the far right side of the second page that would be on the back of the first green bookmark. Why does it have to be like this?