Microsoft Word comes with predefined page settings for creating books. Regardless of whether you're creating a memoir or event summary, these settings let you create a beautiful book or booklet from start to finish.
Create a book or booklet.
First open Word. It is recommended that you adjust this setting before writing the contents of your book to avoid later formatting issues.
Switch to the Layout tab in Word. In the Page Setup group, click the small arrow at the bottom right.
This opens the Page Setup window, automatically clicking on "Margin." In the "Margins" group, you can set the margins of the page Chute set to 0. This can lead to problems because the edge of the chute indicates the distance between the contents of your book and the fold in which the pages of the book are joined together Give the gutter an edge of 1 "to allow the content Your book is not lost.
Next, select the arrow next to "Multiple Pages" in the "Pages" group and then "Book Fold" from the drop-down menu. Once you select this option, the page orientation automatically changes from Portrait to Landscape.
Tip: You may see the option "Reverse Book". This is true for content read from right to left, e.g. B. books in the Japanese style.
After adjusting the settings, click OK.
The page setup for creating a book or booklet is now complete. There are a lot of things you can do from here, depending on what you need for your book. You may want to add a header or footer, create a table of contents, or assign page numbers to your book to make navigation easier. We'll leave the content and add-ons to you – we'll just show you how to build the setup.
You may need to split it depending on the length of your document Due to the size of the document, multiple booklets can be created. That's fine – you can summarize it later to a book.
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Print Your Book or Brochure
When you finish your book, it's time to print. Select the "File" tab and then "Print" in the left pane.
Next, select the second option in the "Preferences" group.
A drop-down menu with some different print style options appears. If you have a duplex printer, select (1) "Print on Both Sides" (and whether the page should be turned at the long or short edge or not). If your printer does not have this feature, you must select option (2) "Manually Print Both Sides".
Now you just have to do something Choose Print and let's go!