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I have developed a document with text and graphics in MS Publisher which I want to print using three sheets of 8.5" x 11" paper. How do I organize 12 half pages into the proper sequence so that my color laser will print the document on both sides of three sheets of paper, stacked one on top of another, to give me the completed project. I do not have a problem understanding/using my printer.

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  1. On the File menu, click Publish as PDF or XPS.
  2. In the File name list, type or select a name for the publication.
  3. In the Save as type list, click PDF.
  4. Next to Optimize for, click Change.
  5. In the Publish Options dialog box, click the optimization in the Specify how this publication will be printed or distributed list that matches the needs of the publication. For example, if the publication will be distributed online and print quality is less important than a small file size, click Minimum size. If the quality of the printing is more important than file size, click High quality printing.
  6. Click Advanced to display the entire dialog box, and select the settings that you need. (Find links to more information on these options in the See Also section.)
  7. Click OK.
  8. In the Save As dialog box, if you want to open the file immediately after saving it, select the Open file after publishing check box. This check box is available only if you have a PDF reader installed on your computer, and if the Commercial Press option is not selected in the Publish Options dialog box.
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Select the Page Layout tab, in the page setup group, select margins, The at the bottom, select custom margins. on the margins tab about 1/2 way down, select the down arrow next to Multipl epages and select 2 pages per sheet. Print a couple test pages and see if that is the setup you need.

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Before you open up Publisher and this document, open up task manager and note how much RAM is used as well as your paging file usage. After you open the document, take another look at your RAM and paging file usage again. If both have increased dramatically, you may want to use smaller images (via compression for JPEG files or lowering the resolution of the images first). Or you could invest in more RAM for the computer.

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