Tips and Tricks on Tuesday: Printing Multiple Pages (on one sheet)



I love to find new and fun activities on TpT, and last week there was a great blog hop where I scored some awesome spring finds.  I found this Spring Yes/No Questions Freebie from Speechasaurus during the blog hop. I love using these kinds of questions with a couple of my students, so was excited to try them out.  There were two large cards per page, but I wanted my cards a little smaller.  I decided to print multiple pages on one page.  WHAT????  Didn't know you could do that, did you?

Check it out...

When you go to print, Under Page Sizing and Handling, look for a box that says "Multiple".  Click it.
After that, you can decide how many pages per sheet.  Both my printer at home, and my printer system at school offer a variety of choices from 2-16 pages per sheet, plus a custom option.


Here is how it looked when I printed four pictures to a page vs. one page by itself:



I was able to print the whole 20 page packet on only 5 pieces of paper!


Score!  I saved paper and ink, and got an awesome new activity too!  Thanks to Speechasaurus for letting me share your packet today!

1 comment:

  1. Well isn't this clever? Thank you so much for the tip!

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