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Mar 20, 2000, 01:52 AM
 
Hey all, I'm new to appleworks and have
a question. I'm trying to make a program
for our school opera on the word processor. I've succeeded in turning the page on it's side, so I can fold it in half to make the program, but is there a way to split the page down the middle so I can write on it as two
seperate pages, then when it's printed, just fold it in half? Right now I'm just trying
to guestimate keeping it aligned and it's
not going very well. I'd appreciate any
help and I hope I was clear on what I'm
trying to do.

Todd.
     
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Mar 20, 2000, 01:58 AM
 
You want to use 2 coulom view. Look at the top bar on your text page. The control that changes the number of colums is to the far right in the top status bar, directly above the ruler.

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Mar 20, 2000, 04:46 PM
 
You could also try looking at some of the included stationary templates to see if one suits your needs! I know there are things like brochures, invitations and newsletters. Maybe one of those would also be of help in making a school program! Good Luck!
     
   
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