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Word 2007 Booklet Graphics print on wrong page.


I have a 48 page document which when I print to a booklet using auto duplex should print on 12 sheet of paper. Everything works great except the graphic images which are a necessary part of the document print on the wrong page.

What is weird about this problem is that an image which should print on page 47 (2 pages from the end) instead prints on page 2. Also a graphic which should print on page 24 (the center of the booklet) instead prints on page 25. or 24 pages from the start prints 24 pages from the end.

This is consistent through the entire document.

The graphic is missing from the page it should be on and yet prints over any other material on it's eventual page.

It does the same thing when I print to a PDF file and so am certain it is not a printer problem.

Does anyone have a fix?

Printing this booklet is the #1 reason I purchased the computer, software and printer. Thatsabout $2000 down the drain. What a waste.

Regards


Geoff

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  • Anonymous Jan 01, 2008



    Yep,



    In print preview the document looks terrific!



    Thanks anyway


  • hellison Dec 18, 2008

    I have a document with graphics which when I print to a booklet using duplex, all the graphic images are printing on the wrong page (alone on their own page) although it looks fine in print preview and on the screen.


    It does the same thing when I print to a PDF file.

    HELP

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Did you try to preview your work and see if its coming out on the page like you want before you print try that and see if it looks right before you do your work, I don't know if that will help you out but I hope so.

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