You can achieve this functionality in Word with the help of a free macro. Click to download the template "Bookletsample". To use the template, click the BookletSample zip icon and download it to your pc. Save or copy this to your Documents and Settings\(Username)\Application Data\Microsoft\Templates, alternatively you should be able to do this by opening the document and then from the File Menu, select "Save As" and in the drop down window at the bottom select "Document Template". If you have any problems email: email@example.com
For Word 2003 users, launch Word and then from the Standard Toolbar at the top, select "View" and then "Task Pane". Click on the drop down arrow and select "New Document" and then underneath "Templates" click on "On My Computer". A window will open with the new template.
Alternatively, press the start button in the bottom left hand corner of your screen and select "New Office Document". A window will appear containing the new template.
For Microsoft Word 2007 users, pick "My Templates".
Click on the template and you will see a 4 page document appear. The pages are numbered consecutively but please note that page 1 is in essence the back page of the booklet and page 2 the front page. Pages 3 and 4 are the inside pages. If you need to increase the pages, they must be in muliples of 4.
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