Making a study sheet in MS Word. Anyone know how to use Word very well?

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  1. BlondeCookie

    BlondeCookie Senior Member

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    I've crammed alot of useful high-yield info that I wrote into Microsoft Word. There isn't really any detail, just a lot of useful stuff that I am always forgetting. The goal was to put everything on one page. I have like two pages now. Other than changing the font size, isn't there a way to display/print like 50% of the original size so that I can cram it onto a 1 page study sheet?
     
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  3. Abilene85

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    Try printing double sided or print 2 pages per sheet - both options in the print box.
     
  4. secants

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    Try changing the margins on for left/right and top/bottom.
     
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    45408 aw buddy

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    Yes, there is. Click File - Print, and when the print dialog box pops up, "Zoom" is one of the options. Select "2 pages" per sheet, and it will print them side by side. I just tried it.
     
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    smuwillobrien Senior Member

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    You can change margins, or try landscape.
     
  7. Flaxmoore

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    You could always try two columns. Might make a difference.
     

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