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How do I make a 4X6 template with both sides to work, not just one sided?

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@HCWPSW 

Creating a double-sided template in Excel involves a few steps. Below is a general guide:

  1. Page Layout:
    • Go to the "Page Layout" tab.
    • In the "Page Setup" group, click on the small arrow in the bottom right corner to open the Page Setup dialog box.
  2. Page Setup Dialog Box:
    • In the Page Setup dialog box, go to the "Margins" tab.
    • Under "Orientation," choose "Portrait" or "Landscape" based on your preference.
  3. Size:
    • Still in the Page Setup dialog box, go to the "Size" tab.
    • Choose the appropriate paper size. For a 4x6 template, you may need to set a custom size.
  4. Headers and Footers:
    • Go to the "Header/Footer" tab in the Page Setup dialog box.
    • Make sure that the "Different odd and even" and "Different first page" options are selected. This will enable you to have different headers and footers on each side.
  5. Design Each Side:
    • Design the content of your template on the first side.
    • Optionally, add headers or footers for the first side.
  6. Insert a Page Break:
    • Go to the last row of your content on the first side.
    • Insert a manual page break. You can do this by going to the "Page Layout" tab, selecting "Breaks," and choosing "Insert Page Break."
  7. Design the Second Side:
    • Scroll down to the new page (second side).
    • Design the content for the second side.
    • Optionally, add different headers or footers for the second side.
  8. Print Preview:
    • Go to "File" > "Print" to see the print preview.
    • Ensure that both sides are displaying correctly.
  9. Print:
    • After confirming the print preview, you can proceed to print your double-sided template.

Remember, the ability to print double-sided depends on your printer capabilities. If your printer supports automatic duplex printing, you can select the option accordingly. If it doesn't, you may need to print one side, manually flip the paper, and then print the other side.

Keep in mind that the exact steps and options might slightly vary based on the version of Excel you are using. The text and steps were edited with the help of AI.

 

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