Post # 1
I am the MOST INEPT tech person on earth. One would think that I am my mum’s age, I’m that bad. I need help with making these tags. I’m wondering how I can make them and face them away from each other and get them to print. Because I am UBER lazy, I will just buy the paper pre-cut but I would like to print it at home. Thanks…and thanks to Ms. Eggplant for giving me this idea!
A Sweet Thank You Favor
Post # 3
@bRooklynRocks: It looks like you just need to layout two separate text boxes and flip one upside down. Does that make sense? Most page layout programs will let you “flip” the text box horizontally and vertically (you’d do it vertically in this case) so that one text box is opposite the other.
Post # 4
Since the size is pretty small (smaller than a computer can take), it’ll probably be hard for you to buy the pre-cut size.
You can do a few things:
1) Order them as “business cards” from somewhere. Staple them together
2) Use an Avery product that is of that size, like this one, that is already to size, and you can use the label wizard to make them.
Post # 5
@neontl: It depends on the printer. I have a Canon Pixma and it allows me to use smaller paper (in the rear paper deck, not the cassette). I printed off something even smaller than Ms. Eggplants’ for my Save-The-Date Cards and it worked just fine.