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Templates Tips & Printing Information
Please Note: Remember to test print
on a blank sheet of paper and compare with design product to make sure
that text lines up correctly. Some adjustments might need to be made depending
on the design you have purchased, font size, & the text you have entered.
You will need Microsoft Word� (or a program that can open Word� documents) to use these templates and instructions. Microsoft Word� 97 is necessary to view the templates correctly. If you have a lower version of Word�, we recommend visiting Microsoft for the latest downloadable upgrades.
We cannot guarantee that these templates and instructions will work with every printer and software due to the various types of equipment and programs available. These templates and instructions were created to be used with Microsoft Word�.
Q: These templates are not working with my
A: If your printer tray has a single guide that moves to the right, these templates and instructions apply. If your printer tray has 2 paper guides that move to the center to adjust size, these templates and instructinos will not apply. As an alternative, center your text in a normal Word document.
Q:The text is running over my design, why is
A:The templates were set up with a blank design in mind so you will have to allow for any design on your product in your measurements and/or spacing.
Q:How do I change my font style, size, and
A:Highlight the font area you would like to change and click FORMAT at the top of your screen, then choose FONT. Click OK. From there you should be able to change the font style, size, and color.
Q:How do I get rid of the centering option on the
A:To adjust the text in the template click FORMAT at the top of your screen, choose PARAGRAPH. Then select the preferred alignment (left, right, center).
Q:Why are the templates all up in the left hand corner of the
A:The templates are set up to work with most standard home printers. Generally printers that have one guide bar that pushs the paper to the right in the tray. If you your printer has two guide bars and centers the paper instead of pushing it to the right you should be able to open up a new Microsoft Word document and center your text and then print.
Please Note: Remember to test print on a blank sheet of paper and compare with design product to make sure that text lines up correctly. Some adjustments might need to be made depending on the design you have purchased, font size, & the text you have entered.