If you’re writing a long paper or report that is going to need to be printed either multiple times, or for multiple people, then the amount of paper that you will be using could be a concern. Long documents can use a surprising amount of paper, which might be something that you wish to minimize either due to a lack of paper, or for environmental concerns. And that paper usage can go up if you’ve added comments and aren’t hiding them when printing.
One way to mitigate this problem is by printing more than one page per sheet of paper. While this is going to make the text on the pages smaller, it’s usually not a big enough issue to justify the need to print everything at full size. If you would like to see which print setting to change so that you can do this multi-page printing per sheet, continue below.
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How to Print More Than One Document Page Per Piece of Paper in Microsoft Word
The steps in this article were performed in the Word for Office 365 version of the application, but will also work in most of the other recent versions of Word as well.
Step 1: Open your document in Microsoft Word.
Step 2: Select the File tab at the top-left of the window.
Step 3: Choose the Print tab at the left side of the window.
Step 4: Click the 1 Page Per Sheet button at the bottom of the center column.
Step 5: Select the 2 Pages Per Sheet option, then click the Print button at the top of the window to print the document.
Now that you know how to print two pages per sheet in Word for Office 365, you can both reduce the amount of paper that you use to print, while also creating a printout that can be easier to read.
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Matt Jacobs has been working as an IT consultant for small businesses since receiving his Master’s degree in 2003. While he still does some consulting work, his primary focus now is on creating technology support content for SupportYourTech.com.
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