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Printing 2 pages on landscape document

Trying to print 2 flyers on one page of A4 on landscape using publisher
On print preview it shows page as portrait with some printing missing, unable to change

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  • jacoley Feb 11, 2008

    Hi kecik,

    I am using Microsoft publisher (but not latest version) and set pagesetup as Landscape. I don't know about setting the landscape. Problem appears that my Epson RX650 doesn't convert it to landscape and prints as portrait thereby missing some of the document.

    I am unsure if problem is publisher or printer.Thanks for your assistance. Jeff

  • augusta surijah
    augusta surijah May 11, 2010

    I don't have idea about your problem.

    Do you use Microsoft Publisher?

    Please explain how did you set the PageSetup?

    How did you set the "landscape"?

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Usually if you see the page in the Publisher window is already landscape, it will go landscape in the Printpreview and also in the print out. I just try to imagine what is your problem.
If I am not mistaken, this is what you did:
You have two "small" pages (maybe A5??) and you want to print it in one page of A4. Of course the A4 should be landscape.
Publisher does not have the facility to set 2 pages A5 in one A4 like in Microsoft Word.
The easiest way is just create a new page with A4, then copy the 2 pages (or you called it flyers) and paste it in that A4 landscape page.
Publisher can do print 2 pages A5 in one sheet A4 but the arrangement is as booklet. You can see the choices in File --> Page Setup --> tab "Layout" --> scroll the Publication type.
I do print 2 pages A5 in one sheet with many variations using addition software named "Clickbook".
Let me know if I m wrong in interpret your problem.

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