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Song booklets can be printed from two pdf files, one for the odd numbered
pages and one for even pages on the back.
To print a A5 booklet (i.e. 1 booklet of half the size of an A4 sheet with each A4 sheet folded in half) the printer program should look like this or something similar:
To print a A6 booklet (i.e. booklets each of quarter the size of an A4 sheet with each sheet cut in half along its length and folded in half) the printer program should look like this or something similar:
Print only 2 pages to start with to check you
are getting it right: when you print the pages on the back then shold
line up correctly i.e page 1 should be on the back of page 2, page 3
should be on the back of page 4.
The booklets printed on both sides of the paper should work if they appear on the preview screen as shown above: the first page of the first file shows two pages on a landscape view: for the core songbook you should see pg 65 left and page 1 right of the first A4 page. The second page has pg 63 left and page 3 right, the third page has p61 left and p3 right etc.
When you turn the paper over to print the backs of the pages they should show upside down in the print tray (usually the printed page is face up and visible and is printed on the face you can't see) ie: the bottom of the page enters the printer first) for thesecond file. The first page in Acrobat Reader on the computer preview screen shows pg 2 on the left and p64 on the right, then p1 and page 62, pg 3 and 60, 5 and 58 etc.(the section changes after the index so the page numbers start again from page 1).
This will print out as an A5 booklet i.e. half A4 size.
If you want to print it out half this size as an A6 booklet see above and it will probably depend on your printer; they may not be the same as the ones I show.
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