Yes, I've asked this question previously, but due to my computer having been
reset by someone in my office, my query came up at the very bottom of the
group with a date of 19 November, 2001, and, I guess that most readers of
this group sort the queries chronologically, with the latest date on top,
and then, consequently, wouldn't look at a message from 2001. That's the one
and only reason for the new post, not to irritate the great people that
participate in this group, like yourself. If I overstepped the line, I
To answer your question, in Microsoft Word 2003, you can under
Tools/Options/Print set Options for duplex printing, to either start to
print on front, or, on back of the sheet. At print time, you then select
Print manual duplex, i.e. first of all the printer prints, say, even pages,
then you take the bunch of printed sheets, turn them over and put them in
the manual feed, hit the button and print the other (odd) side. Actually
quite a convenient feature. I've also got a large color laser with duplexer,
that obviously is easier to control.
Once again, I apologize if I upset you or anyone else.