Work & Turn



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hello All,

I've been reading the forum with great interest and now I have a chance to post! My local printer has offered me a better rate if I send all my work in one job lot for "work & turn" printing. My understanding is that they flip over the sheet and then print on the other side after it has dried. I'm curious to know if this can be done with a mixture of paper sizes on the sheet on the sheet or does it all have to be a set size?

Help Please 😉

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