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I have a single-page document in Microsoft Publisher 2010. When I go to print it, however, it splits it into two pages, and I can't for the life of me figure out why or how to fix it. Since it is only one page, and as far as I can tell all the content fits well within the printable area, why is Publisher splitting it into two when I print, and how do I fix it?

In case my words are unclear, here's a picture. Here's how my document is set up (roughly) on the left, and what Publisher tries to do when I go to print it on the right.

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I figured it out, and it was a stupid little thing. On the Print dialog, one of the options listed should be set to One page per sheet. In my case it had been set to Tiled for some reason. See picture below.

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