[Cdt-l] double sided?

Scott Piddington sp2mtns at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 23 12:16:09 CDT 2010


I print maps double sided. I use slightly heavier weight, 32#, paper to limit bleed through. This leads to fewer pieces of paper to deal with and less weight. In the past I have done double sided in sequence. 2 is on the back of 1 and 4 is on the back of 3. This means neighboring maps can only be viewed side by side half of the time. I am thinking of skewing the flip side by maybe 3 or 4 this time but that may be too confusing to sort out. We'll see.
Voyageur
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Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2010 10:24:45 -0600
From: Jack Haskel <norcalhiker at gmail.com>
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Print the Ley maps double sided or not? yay, nay?

Thanks!





      
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