Because the cards will need to be laminated, the print strategy must print on both sides of the paper.* Further, because I want to print four cards per standard sheet of paper (since lamination sheets are so expensive), I have to match the verbiage on the back of the card with the picture on the front. So I will need to place the verbiage for the picture that is in the upper left quadrant on the front of the page in the upper right quadrant on the back. Or for the sheet, to use spreadsheet terminology, front is A:1, A:2, B:1, B:2 but the corresponding back is A:2, A:1, B:2, B:1.
Further complicating the issue is that I can sequence the pages front-back-front-back for duplex printers, but those of us that can print only one-sided will not only have to skip every other page for the front side, but then have to turn the printed pile over and reverse the order before printing the back. An alternative is to print the fronts as a set and the backs as a separate set but that complicates the life of the duplex printer owner (and the software developer [ me ] ).
There has got to be a better way -- or at least a better means to explain the the user how to print their cards.
What do you think is a workable strategy?
* That is, I cannot print the front of the cards on one sheet of paper and the back of the card on another because not all (if any) laminators can handle that.
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