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I have created a presentation in iWork 09's Keynote, and i have a question about printing the individual slides. My professor is requiring us to pring the individual slides for her beforehand, and when i went to do so, the dialogue isn't the same as Powerpoint uses, like it only gives me an option like handout (as seen int he picture) which moves everything to the side of the paper, i know the picture only shows landscape view, but i have also tried portrait view, and it still all goes to the left side. I would like it to be centered on the page, but i can't figure out how.


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I never need to print out the individual slides so I'm not sure if this works; but what happens when you click on the "individual slides" button directly under print. Doesn't it center one slide on each page? Or do you need multiple slides per page?
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Yea the individual slide button does that, but she's requesting at least 3-4 per page. Anyway, i don't want to have to print out 17 pages. But i decided to do the portrait handout with duplex turned on to save paper. It's not centered, but it's the best i could do.

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