Printing booklets is a common task that many users want to accomplish. The best way to create a booklet depends on the version of Word you are using. Fortunately, Word includes built-in capabilities to print booklets. Follow these steps to set up your document as a booklet: • Display the Page Layout tab of the ribbon. • Click the small icon at the bottom-right corner of the Page Setup group. Word displays the Page Setup dialog box. • Make sure the Margins tab is displayed.
I haven't spent long thinking about it, but an A5 booklet on A4 must have a multiple of 4 pages. You are supplying 34 so the software is 'adding' a couple to make it 36.
(See Figure 1.) Figure 1. The Margins tab of the Page Setup dialog box.• Using the Multiple Pages drop-down list, choose Book Fold. Word changes the page orientation to landscape, if necessary. • In the Margins area of the dialog box, make sure the margins are set appropriately for your document. The text in your document is reformatted to fit within the page layout you just specified.
When you print your document, you should choose to print two-sided if you have a printer that will automatically duplex. If not, you should choose the Manual Duplex check box in the Print dialog box, and then feed the pages through the printer twice. If you prefer, you can also use a third-party program that produces booklets. A few programs suggested by WordTips readers include the following: • ClickBook () • FinePrint () You may also be able to print booklets by using the capabilities of your printer. Some printers will handle booklet printing automatically. Refer to your printer manual or do some searching through the printer driver settings to find more information. Hi Allen, I wonder if you can help?
Using book fold is brilliant text-wise but I'm having trouble with my logo image not moving with the text. The logo is at the top left of the A4 page alongside the book title. When I print to PDF the document book folds to A5 landscape, the title correctly displays on the right-half of the page BUT the logo image remains at the top left of the page, albeit A5 Landscape. I tried putting the image into a textbox, into a table to no avail.
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I'm trying to lock the image to the title but can only see how to position it to parts of the page which doesn't help when the book fold is applied. Very frustrating. Work-around for me so far is print book without logo, print image separately and then ole-skol scissors cut and paste glue it in place with title then copy print. I would really appreciate any help if you have any solutions or suggestions.
Cheers, Kevin. Working on Mac system (Word 2011 & 2013) and HP Envy 7640 printer, it's not so simple.
We have not the Windows Page Set-up function, or so complete. The only solution I found (alone and read it after on miscelaneous forums) is to convert to the Pdf format for printing my work like a booklet. Isn't there any other and more direct solution without the PDF issue on a Mac? Congratulations for the quality of your informations, that's great and very useful.
With you I discovered that I didn't know a lot about Word. All the best for 2017 to your team. I should appreciate a return on my email: email@example.com Regards. I have never had success in getting Word to print my booklets they always come out screwed up. But maybe that’s because I use a lot of graphics along with assorted text.
But I did find a method that works great: I start my new document in Landscape mode; go into Columns and make two columns and check Line Between; now create a text box almost the size of the half page; enter my text; and finally add graphics with a setting of In Front of Text or Behind Text (add the graphic in it’s own box, not as part of the text box because the Wrap Text options are then limited). Adobe acrobat reader dc for mac or windows 8. I do this for each half page of the booklet. Afterwards, I rearrange the text boxes into the order needed for the correct printout into book form. The advantage to this system is that I can adjust, move around, rearrange, and change anything I want to without it affecting anything else in the document. I can even leave blank pages wherever I need, and I can have a completely custom cover to the booklet. And as a plus, I can print any range of pages that I want (there is a bug in Word 2007 to 2016 that does not allow this in their Booklet layout). You will need to do tweaking to get things just how you want, but that’s necessary with most self-created documents.
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