Freeware, donations accepted. The program documentation explains it better. In CocoaBooklet and Cheap Impostor, you have the option of either automatically appending a suffix, or saving all booklets to a default location you set. You need to be a bit careful about duplex printing. If your printer flips paper along the short edge, then in the PDF booklet, all pages should be rightside up.
Microsoft Word for Mac does not include a feature for booklet printing. Earlier versions of Word for Mac included limited support and left many users. Whether you want to create a book project for school or a booklet for an event, consider using a booklet template available in the templates collection. You can customize the booklet templates to fit your needs. If you have a double sided printer, just print the document.
If your printer flips pages along the long edge, then in the PDF booklet every other sheet of paper showing two pages should be upside-down. You may need to experiment to sort this out. Some duplex printers will let you choose short-edge or long-edge—either will be fine, just make sure that the setting matches the setting in the booklet program. Short-edge will be less counter-intuitive for you, as there will be no upside-down text.
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This is called manual duplex. All three programs have preferences to split the created booklet into odd and even pages, so that you can simply print two files instead of entering 1,3,5,7 into the page range, and then printing 2,4,6,8.
Just create your file in Word as you normally would, with a regular paper size, and follow the instructions in your preferred booklet program. Set your booklet up in MS Word, using a paper size that is half the size of a sheet of regular letter paper. By regular paper, I mean the US 8. In the US, you want 5. To create a custom paper size in OS X, you need to open up TextEdit or Pages , and create the custom paper size there.
Interestingly, certain printers grayed out the custom paper size and would not let me choose it.
In Word, you can format the document for Any Printer, if you want. Format the booklet as you like. I used margins of. This is where formatting for a different printer may give different results. Also experiment with different settings for the header and footer margins. Use an appropriate text size for the final product—the pages will not change size when you convert them to a booklet. Once set up, you might want to save the booklet as a template in MS Word. Word will automatically change the location to your My Templates folder. It basically worked the same way. Word will turn your booklet into a PDF file.
It will automatically put the 5. See the notes above about printing duplex. You are strongly advised to just print just one sheet of the booklet first two sides of paper, four pages of the finished booklet , to test that you have got the duplex settings right and that you are happy with the margins and text size that came out. To change the text size, you will need to go back to Word.
You may need to experiment. Read the program documentation on this. Word: mac. Booklets: Print and Fold How to print a bunch of pages that you can fold in half and staple to create a booklet. Problem There are several issues involved in making booklets that are created by folding standard letter paper in half.
Return to Top The Booklet Programs You will need to download and install at least one of these three programs. All testing done in Panther Duplex Printing You need to be a bit careful about duplex printing. CocoaBooklet flips pages automatically, but has a preference to turn this off for short-edge flipping. Cheap Impostor has a preference where you tell it whether your printer flips short-edge or long-edge. Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. On your Mac go to the dock, and find the icon Microsoft Word.
If the icon is not in the dock, go to Finder. From Finder, go to Applications.
Microsoft Word should be under Applications. Open Microsoft Word. When Word opens look for the icon in the top left hand corner that resembles a miniature screen on a Mac. Click this box. When it comes to editing text boxes there are only three important steps you need to know Changing the Size of a Text Box To change the size of a text box, first make sure the box is selected by clicking on it. Then click one of the corners and drag.
You will know you are doing this correctly if the cursor turns into a two-sided arrow. Changing the Position of a Text Box To change the position of a text box, first make sure the box is selected by clicking on it. Then hover over the outside of the box until a four-sided arrow appears.
Once that appears, then click and drag the box anywhere you want. Adding a Border to a Text Box To add a border to the text box, first make sure the box is selected by clicking on it. Once on this arrow screen you can pick the color you want and the weight thickness of the line you want. To pick the color, simply choose which color you want from the ones provided. Once at this option, click on it and you should be taken to another box.
From this box, you should be able to choose the weight, or thickness, of the border. Editing pictures is similar to editing text boxes, except for a few minor details Changing the Size of a Picture To change the size of a picture, first make sure the picture is selected by clicking on it. You will know you are doing this correctly when the cursor turns into a two-sided arrow. Then hover over the outside of the picture until a four-sided arrow appears. Once that appears, then click and drag the picture anywhere you want.
Adding a Border to a Picture To add a border to the picture, first make sure the picture is selected by clicking on it. Under this heading, you can select the sharpness or softness you want. Recoloring a picture can change the color saturation, color tone, or change the picture color entirely. Under this heading, you can select the saturation you want for your picture. Under this heading, you can select the intensity of your color tone.
Under this heading, you can select the color filter you want on your picture.