documents into bookform

  podlod 09:02 30 Aug 09

Hi, I have Microsoft Office 2003 so can you tell me if I can make my documents into book form, if not, is there a free software that I can use, thank you.

  Terry Brown 09:14 30 Aug 09

Go into Format and select Columns

  podlod 13:52 01 Sep 09

Hi, thanks for the help, I found it straight away, but what I am asking is can I change my existing documents into book pages permanently?

  Terry Brown 15:08 01 Sep 09

Just open the documents, highlight all and do the above.
Save file. Done

  AndySD 15:27 01 Sep 09

If this is for printing then you can't send them to the printer in Word. You also need to make sure the total page numbers are divisable by 4

  Woolwell 15:40 01 Sep 09

It is better to use a desktop publishing program to produce books/booklets. You may be able to find a free offer for an old version of Serif PagePlus. It used to appear on magazine cover discs. Printers generally prefer pdf files.

  dogbreath1 15:55 01 Sep 09

If you save the reformatted document as a pdf using click here for example, you will be able to print the result satisfactorily regardless of number of pages.

  BT 16:26 01 Sep 09

Free version from here
click here

  Simsy 17:26 01 Sep 09


click here

It allows you, (amongst many other things), to print a document as a "booklet". It automatically sorts out the page arrangement so that you can fold a document printed on A4 paper into an A5 size booklet.

If you dont pay for it it leave a "printed using Fineprint" mark on each page.

Good luck,



  podlod 10:52 16 Sep 09

Hi all, thanks for all your help and will play around with some of your responded help.

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