Post # 1
I bought the 5×7 Signature pocketfolders from cardsandpocketsstore.com. I printed out my invitations just fine, but I am having trouble printing out my inserts to the right dimensions.
I know that the inserts need to have a width of 3.5". I know how to make a Word document with a custom paper size of 3.5"x6.75". I run into problems when I try get more then one insert on an 8.5×11 sheet of paper. I don’t know how to format my document so that I can get two 3.5"x6.75" inserts on an regular size sheet of paper and have the same margins and what not on both inserts. I really wish that Card and Pockets would post printing templates on their website.
Maybe this doesn’t make sense, and maybe I’m borderline mentally challenged, but this is frustrating me! If anyone out there that has templates or advice, please let me know. Thank you so much!
Post # 3
The 3 I made for my friends pocketfolds were:
3.5 x 6.5
3.5 x 5
3.5 x 3.5
They were great sized and came almost to the top I think that maybe the 6.75 might be a bit to tall. If you click the link you’ll see what it looks like with the 6.5
I find also that people who don’t work with design programs or don’t know the full ins and outs of word tend to hit a wall in this spot. It can be difficult, but I’m sure you”ll work it all out.
I printed 2 items per page, but they were different. Reception and RSVP on one….like that. I don’t recall why – but I did.
I’ve made mine and 4 other girls invites so far the past few months, though I wasn’t going to take anything esle on due to how close my wedding is – if you really still need help contact me and I will work something out with you! I’m in a lull right 🙂
Take care hun! Let me know if I can help.
Post # 4
PS I used cards and pockets stuff as well 😉
Post # 5
Set your page setting to landscape…if you create tables (either 2 or 3), it will space them for you. I created my menus this way…I printed 3 per sheet of cardstock. After you create the tables, just make sure that the "none" is checked on the page boarder.