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From: "susanmartin" <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] endnotes
Date: Wed, 26 Jul 2000 07:50:52 -0500
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I solved this problem by buy a HP printer which prints on both sides of the
pages. Boy has it made life easier. <g>

Susan
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tony Hall" <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, July 26, 2000 2:24 AM
Subject: Re: [TMG] endnotes


> On Tue, 25 Jul 2000 07:28:15, COswalt <> wrote
> > ... I print on both sides of the paper by
> >first printing the odd numbered pages and then refeeding the paper to
print
> >the even numbered pages. Note: This takes some figuring out, depending on
> >whether you have an even or odd number of pages, and the control options
in
> >your word processor.
>
> To avoid having to figure out anything, my trick for double-sided printing
to
> a printer that doesn't support it is this (details are for Word 97):
>
> 1) Print... > Options... > Check/tick Reverse print order > OK
> 2) Print (order): Even pages
> 3) OK [this prints all the even pages in reverse order.]
> 4) Turn the stack of printed paper around and re-insert it into the
printer,
> without altering the order of the pages within the stack [1].
> 5) Print... > Options... > Uncheck/untick Reverse print order > OK
> 6) Print (order): Odd pages
> 7) OK [this prints all the odd pages on the back of the correct even
pages,
> and prints any final odd page in the correct place.]
>
> It's essential to print even pages first, then odd pages, in order to cope
> automatically with any final odd page. I just remember E comes before O
in
> the alphabet!
>
> [1] With a new printer, I usually need to experiment first with which way
> round to manually re-insert pages. There, I even managed to write a
unique
> endnote :-)
> --
> Tony Hall
> Gloucestershire, England
> <>
>


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