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Cory Metcalfe
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The rule booklet can be grabbed here

http://asmadigames.com/rules/OneDeckDungeon_Rules.pdf

But the way every pair of sequential pages are on a single page makes it impossible to actually print it in booklet form, so that double-sided pages can be folded and placed in each other to make a booklet. I'm confused because the way the cover and back pages are separate makes it seem like it is intended for booklet form?

Is there a particular pdf app that can print this to a booklet, or another pdf file with all pages separated as vertical single pages, or something I'm missing?
 
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It's made as a PDF that way for readability. We don't have one available in a format to be stitched together, sorry.
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Cory Metcalfe
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Ok thanks for confirming for me
 
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coryallegory wrote:
The rule booklet can be grabbed here

http://asmadigames.com/rules/OneDeckDungeon_Rules.pdf

But the way every pair of sequential pages are on a single page makes it impossible to actually print it in booklet form, so that double-sided pages can be folded and placed in each other to make a booklet. I'm confused because the way the cover and back pages are separate makes it seem like it is intended for booklet form?

Is there a particular pdf app that can print this to a booklet, or another pdf file with all pages separated as vertical single pages, or something I'm missing?


I had a similar (although not as complex) issue printing an English copy of the rules for Council of 4. You can open the PDF in Microsoft Word. Then convert it to a doc and manipulate it rather thoroughly in order to splice and position pages to your hearts content. Then simply pick the correct booklet format printing option in Word.
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