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Old 02-07-2019, 01:21 AM
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Hi There,

I'm new to the forum and came here seeking for some help regarding printing some flyers, maybe someone could help me out .

Basically someone gave me the task to print out 42 different flyers (1000x copies/document). The flyers were made by them in A5 format . What I try to accomplish here is to merge two of these documents into one document and print two A5 docs on a single A4 sheet in duplex and later cut them in two . Is there any easier aproach to this ?

I tried copying them on after another but when I print them , they don't come out properly.

I will attach 2 example documents below so you guys have an idea what I have to deal with .

Thank you so much upfront.



TL;DR : I want to print two A5 duplex docs on a single duplex A4 sheet and later cut them in half.
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