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How can I crop white margins, when I print a 1 column Word document as 2 pages per sheet? [closed]

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Closed as off topic by Lundin‭ on Mar 5, 2021 at 09:38

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My Word document has just 1 column, and I don't want to convert it into 2 columns. When you command Word to print 2 pages per sheet, Word doesn't let you shrink the white margins.

How can I improve my current inefficient workaround? I print my Word document as 2 pages per sheet, and save it as a PDF. Then using Adobe Acrobat, I crop most of the white blank margin on PDF, before printing. How can I accomplish this with just Word, without Adobe Acrobat?

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This has nothing to do with software development. Lundin‭ about 1 month ago

Definitely not software development. But when you do find the right place to ask, I suggest you include the version of Word, the size of the paper (yes, it can be relevant), the desired margins, etc. Question as stated would be on-topic but likely closed as "too vague" on an "Applications" Q&A site. manassehkatz‭ about 1 month ago

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