How Do I Set Msoffice To Created Business Cards?
Q: how do i set MSOffice to created business cards?
A: -You can do it in Word, using the Labels feature... by picking a business card label product (such as Avery 8869, for example). Even if you don't use the actual Avery product, you can still use the labels feature to set things up... print them out on card stock, and then slice them yourself with a paper cutter. Exact instructions would depend on which version of Word you're using. In Word 2007, click the Mailings ribbon tab, then click Labels, Options button. There, set the desired vendor and product number (Avery US Letter [that's the size] 8869, for example)... click OK... then click New Document. Word creates a table with card-shaped cells for you to create the business cards. -Word treats business cards as a type of label, so use the Tools > Letters & Mailings > Envelopes & Labels > Labels dialog to set up the text. Click the Options button in the dialog and choose the number of the card stock you're printing on, such as Avery standard 8371. To add graphics, see http://www.gmayor.com/graphics_on_labels.htm.
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