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Can I make a two sided booklet in publisher 2003

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I have been given a task to create a double sided booklet. Probably about 40 pages long in total. Needs to be half the book at the fron, then flip it and then the other part of the book at the back. Hope this makes sense! Will have different covers back and front ( one side will appear upside down till it is flipped?

What do you suggest. Is it possibe? Once I have finalised each page can I rotate the entire thing? Do I HAVE to have page numbers? ( if this will make it easier)

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    I was asked to type a brochure but it turned out to be more pages than expected so now I was asked to change it into a booklet. Is there a way to cange it without redoing my whole project.

  • Anonymous Aug 30, 2008

    I have the same question about creating a two-sided booklet where half of the pgs are upside down.

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I am having a simular problem, but it seems it is with ie 8. As long as I use ie 7 or firefox, I don't have the problem. You might try going to tools and the options and web tab and then make sure to take the check mark out of the "rely on VML for faster graphics downloading" and take the check out of "allow PNG as a graphics format to improve graphics quality"

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