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When I use two-sided printing the first 9 pages are printed and then the last 3 or 12 are printed separately (preview also previews 9 pages and another screen shpws 3 pages - as of they were 2 diff docs).

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  • feipor Oct 01, 2008

    The printer is an HP Officejet Pro 5400 and I have Word on a MacBook.

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Perhaps you have broken out the document into two or more sections? Each section has separate settings for page margins, etc. Make sure your page breaks are only page breaks and not section breaks. Hope that helps,

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