When you’re selecting a bunch of files in Windows 7, what’s your method? Do you drag a box around them and hope you don’t ensnare anything extra?
For few files hold control and click the desired files. Alternatively if you need a solid bunch of files; click the first one then hold shift and click the last one (you can now release the shift button. You can also use Ctrl+Click on top of this grabbing the stray files.
Word 2000 and above offer two built-in ways to print two pages on one sheet of paper, with numbering:
- In the Print dialog, the Pages per sheet setting allows you to print up to 16 pages on a single sheet. Note that this option reduces full-size pages to fractional size; this is much more effective with European A sizes (which have the same aspect ratio) than with US Letter.
- In the Page Setup dialog, under “Multiple pages” (on the Margins tab in Word 2002 and above) there is a “2 pages per sheet” option that allows you to actually create a document this way. The pages print the size you create the and you can apply page numbering, page borders, headers, footers, and any other page-level formatting to these half-size pages just as you would to a full-size page.