Booklets are great for lots of ministry uses, but how do you create one quickly and easily? And after it is created, how do you print the pages in proper order for print production or if you want to share it as a PDF or an e-book.
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It's actually really easy to do all these things with MS Publisher and in less than 7 minutes this video will show you how.
I went to Staples with this printing prob. Pages were not printing correctly. 2 blank pages in the middle of the booklet. They couldnt figure out. The mgr says I need to have pages that amount to multiples of 4. I have 22 pages. So I guess my question is will this technique work on any number of pages or is it like the mgr says, multiple of 4?
The first time around it printed perfectly with 18 pages. I added 4 pages and the everything went hay wire.
Thank you! I know Publisher inside & out but have yet created a booklet (too lazy!) You made this so much easier than me having to figure out on my own how to get the pages in the right print order. We have an awesome printer that will allow us to print on 11x17 sheet & print 4 to a sheet plus it will fold & staple it as well. But i could not figure out where i was going wrong. I wish i would have found your video before wasting all that time. Thanks for your thoughtfulness in sharing this with everyone!!!
thank you sooo very much. i think your step by step tutorial was pretty clear and easy to follow. some tutorials on here they go too fast or they click on icons and not tell you what they click on or zoom the screen so we can see. you were pretty detailed with your instructions. first time using publisher so a novice like me needs that. :-) now all ive got to do is watch your tutorial on my tablet and follow instructions on my laptop. God bless.
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