Why Is Page Order and Page Size So Important? You don't necessarily need to change your page order when printing, or in writing memos. However, many people like the idea of it because they see the layout as more organized. If you like to print documents, or write memos, I'm here to tell you that you've got to change your page order. Here's why. There are a few reasons why you should reorder your pages or print your documents in the right order — all of which make the layout of the page more professional. Reordering is easier than printing If you have time to arrange pages in the right way, it makes for better documents that you can easily work with. A lot of time is spent putting together a page layout, and making sure your pages have the correct formatting and size. You can take your documents to a local paper store, and print any pages they need to create. You need smaller or larger documents to work with If you print an entire book, or a magazine article, or a newsletter, chances are that it will take up most of the space. That's a lot of space that you are going to be fighting with if you reorder your pages. There are two reasons why you should print your document at the right size. The first reason is that you're more likely to buy the correct size. For example, if you are reordering the columns, you could easily put them at the width of the space. That way, you can still make the content clear and make sure that even with this rearranging, there are still columns for each page. The second reason is that the order in which pages go into your document affects the way that you can add or delete text. If you have space to rearrange the columns on a page, you'll be able to save more time. If you don't, you'll see page after page of black space after you've printed the document. You won't have more trouble finding the right columns for the document If you have time to find and arrange the columns, you're also going to be able to look at a document in the proper place — if you decide it should be at the top of the paper. Many times, if everything is arranged correctly, it sits in the back of the book, on the top right side.