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"...I heard a voice of thunder,
         "Come!" And I saw..."
(Rev. 6:1-2)
Fr. David Jones D.D.
Fr. David Jones D.D.
"...I heard a voice of thunder,
         "Come!" And I saw..."
(Rev. 6:1-2)
"The Purgatory Manuscript" & "The Hell Manuscript" are collected as "Two Letters From The Beyond" and are available in the following for download:

            .pdf file                          word.doc                      Audio
Instructions for Printing a Folded Booklet in Microsoft Word:

When you select Book fold for your page setup, Microsoft Word prints two pages on one side of the paper. When you fold the paper, it opens like a book. This option is intended for documents that have more than two pages.

          1. Set up your document as a booklet.

          2. On the File menu, click Print.

          3. Set options for printing on both sides of the paper.

If using a duplex printer
                    (one that automatically prints on both sidesof the paper):
                         Click Properties, and then set the options you want.
                         If you have a choice of setting the page orientation and
                         duplex options, select landscape orientation, and flip the
                         document on the short edge or short side.

If not using a duplex printer
                         In the Print dialog box, select the Manual duplex check
                         box. Word will print all of the pages that appear on one side
                         of the paper, and then prompt you to turn the stack over and
                         feed the pages again.

          4.Select the page range you want to print.

                    If you click Current page or Pages, Word prints the page you
                    indicate, plus the three other pages that belong on the same
                    sheet of paper.

                    If you click Selection, Word prints your selection using the
                    default page layout instead of booklet layout.