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    Thanks to ChrisG who brought this facility to my attention - the 'Print Booklet' option. This has enabled me to have a paper extract 'keepsake' of my text of the build along with relevant photos. It is brilliant guys! I have LibreOffice (which is a free download and has the functionality of Microsoft Office but it is FREE!) This software also allows you to edit PDF files which is the type of file that is created when you select 'print booklet' from the Build Blog menu. Therefore with LibreOffice I was able to delete some unwanted text such as 'This page was a duplicate - please see next page!' This was an error I made during creating of my blog. Also I've moved a few photos around with drag and drop and inserted a couple of new better photos. I can highly recommend you have a go! My printer is able to do double sided printing which made the printing job a lot easier. Be aware that the file that is created for you by Print Booklet when you viewed it looks like all the pages are mixed up but when you double side print it, it will come out perfectly in order! I also bought some 120gsm Colour Documents paper from Tesco so the previous page doesn't show through. For those without double sided printer facility if you look at documentation for your printer it should indicate how to do double sided printing which will involve loading the paper a second time - you may have to chose to print only odd pages first and then even pages on the second pass. Perhaps Chris can confirm if this is correct please? HAVE A GO if you have already created a build blog. Thank you to the website designers and facilitators for making this facility available.๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜€

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