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I love to find recipes and projects on the Internet. However, I like easy! Many times I want to print something out that is very short and does not take up a whole sheet. What I do is copy and paste into Word and keep adding to it until I have a whole page and then print the whole thing out. It saves paper and I don't have so much to keep up with!


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October 25, 20040 found this helpful

I do the same thing. I have a document file saved for just about anything. One is "Recipes to print" another is "crafts", and on and on. When I get a full page, or especially if I get two full pages, I print just the first page, flip the paper over and print page two on the back of the page one I've just printed. Saves paper in a big way!!

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