printing two worksheets as a double sided single page

rh270560

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We use forms at work created by the powers that be on Excel that are double sided documents, created with page 1 on say Sheet 1, and the reverse on sheet 2. Here's the problem: The reverse is usually set up for landscape and the front for portrait, so copying & pasting it all into one document doesn't produce the desired result. What I would like to know is, is there a means of printing two sheets within the same work book as a single, double sided piece of paper? Clicking the two tabs and Ctrl P' ing works but won't treat the two sheets as one document and double side the pages - is there a way of forcing Excel to treat the two sheets as one? Thanks in advance!
 

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