Flip on short edge...
The flip refers to the sheet inthe printer, not the shape of the pages on the spread.
This is the Adobe InDesign forum.
MS Publisher is a Microsoft product.
A quick Google search for MS Publisher forum will bring up several results.
Here is one: http://www.tek-tips.com/threadminder.cfm?pid=626
Try asking your question there.
People here use professional programs like InDesign and wouldn't touch MS Publisher with a ten foot pole, (except maybe to whack their computer out of frustration when attempting to fix issues with a Publsher file just to get it to print correctly, or a multitude of other problems).
Bo, no need to bash Publisher users.
And it wouldn't be the first time someone, including me, has asked for help her on an urelated topic. Our regulars have very braod real worl experience, and I' ike to think this forum has a faster, better, and more polite response record than any other on the 'net.
Since this is really a printing question, not specifiacally a Publisher question, I don't think it's totally out of line here.
Peter, I understand,
But when first time posters ask seemingly unrelated questions, I think it wise to alert them to where they are and direct them to someplace that might be better able to answer their question.
That is why I posted a link to the MS Publisher forum at: www.tek-tips.com
Many people end up here via Google searches and post questions willy-nilly.
Since you are required to sign up first before posting a question and you have to select a specific forum in which to post, it seems hard to understand how so many people profess surprise when someone hints that they may not be in the proper forum for their specific question. That is why everyday we see endless posts that have to direct them to the right place.
As for bashing MS Publisher files (not users), it's a matter to trying to preserve your sanity,
Pulling out hair in frustration when working with certain applications and their documents has lead to an alarming amount of hair loss.
My missing hair has nothing to do with publisher.
Hi Peter - this didn't do it either - changing to short edge. I'm sorry I thought this was the right forum to print this sort of problem.
Not having Publisher, I don't know if there are settings in the Publisher print dialog for duplexing as well as settings in the print driver itself, so there may be two places where page flip is being set, and they could be in conflict. If you can't get the pages to flip correctly by playing with the settings, you probably should go to the link that Bo posted earlier. You'll find actual Publisher users there.
Thanks Peter for trying to help me. You've done your good deed for the day.
I'll try to look elsewhere for help.
Peter - omg you DID help me. I did the short deal again and changed it to landscape (cause it was on portrait) and it WORKED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you soooooooooo much. You can't believe how much that helped me. Thank you , Thank you, Thank you.