I have received a 12 page document that was created in MS word. Each page is letter size.

here's my question. Can I turn this document into an 11x17 booklet and saddle stitched with the RPCS driver, when I select the booklet mode?

I would test this at my place however we do not have a machine in stock to do this and I do not want to take up time at a customers office to try this.
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I do all but the saddle stitching when I produce some of our company's inhouse marketing pieces. My files also are 12 pages in Word and 12 pages in Excel (12 pages in one workbook), and my pages are all letter size also.

Use the "magazine" icon in the RPCS graphical driver; it looks like a sheaf of papers folded with the pages numbered. (Some models have two "magazine" icons; check how the icon depicts how the sheets are folded.) Also be sure to pick 11x17 as the output size. ("Magazine" is my digital support rep's word for the icon, but Ricoh may be using "booklet.")

Edited to say that job # 2 in this attached job shop sounds a lot like what you want to do, including the finishing. It talks you through the manual steps when the icon isn't present.

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In addition, here is a great little file that I actually use while doing a demo of how this operation works. It depicts the setup process at the workstation using both the RPCS and PCL driver interfaces.

It is only four pages, but does a great job of showing the customer what happens with a four page file (folded out put, not stapled due to the number of pages).

I normally will leave these behind with the end users so they'll have a reference point on hand.

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