From the HBD Archive
From: (Alan Edwards)
Subject: Re: Cat's meow 2 redux
Date: 1992-03-26 22:48:47 GMT

Howzitgoin Brewdudes!

I just thought I'd put in my two cents. Regarding Spencer W. Thomas'
article (Cat's meow 2 redux) in HBD #850, I've found an easier way to
print documents (eg. The Cat's Meow) double-sided.

It's not necessary to edit the source file in any way!

1. Send the file to the printer.

2. Re-stack the output by taking TWO pages at a time (from the top, writing
facing up), and place them (also face up) in a new pile. You will end
up with pages in the order (from the bottom up) 2, 1, 4, 3, 6, 5, ...

3. Turn the new stack over and place in the printer's paper hopper.

4. Send the file to the printer again. You will end up with a stack with
the page numbers (front/back): 1/2, 2/1, 3/4, 4/3, 5/6, 6/5, ...

5. Separate alternating pages into two piles (remember to turn over the
pages going into the first pile).

6. You now have two copies, double-sided. Share one copy with your
nearest brewing-pal (they should share a homebrew in return).

Later Brewfolks,

| Alan Edwards: | Member: The Hoppy Cappers
| or: | homebrew club, Modesto, CA

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