So I have a whole heap of (separate) documents that I need to print in “A6” size… Some need to be in “landscape” orientation, others need to be in “portrait” orientation. Each document must be no bigger than A6, not even by a little bit.
The problem is, I have since discovered that printing A6 is a rather niche thing and everywhere I have asked about printing A6, has told me / said that I will need to put 4 x A6 documents on a single A4 document.
We do our printing at Officeworks - which is pretty much the only nation-wide printing / finishing / stationary / office furniture and equipment / etc company Australia has for small and medium businesses… They gave me the same answer as the few alternatives I could find online… Make it 4 x A6 per page and they’ll print it.
This means that whatever solution I come up with must be “good to go”; I must be able to just give them the document and let them hit “print”, with 4 x A6 coming out the other side.
How can I achieve this?
When it comes to small and medium businesses, Officeworks is the main option for commercial printing in Australia… Everything above them is either in-house or is for high-volume printing… Seeing as A6 is supposedly common in the business world (that’s what it says online), there must be a way to do this, then.