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HELP....word doc invite!!

MHPampered

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So usually I am pretty good with word,but I am trying to make this invite for my host and when I go to print preview its cutting off on the right side and I can not fix it. Please can someone help me fix this. I need to get these to her asap and I have been working on this all morning. I am starting to get frustrated.

Thanks megan
 

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NooraK

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Have you tried to actually print one to see if it really gets cut off? I know my print preview can sometimes cut off edges, but they print anyway.
 

MHPampered

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yes I printed one and it printed just as its showing on the print preview...sorry should put that in there.

Have you tried to actually print one to see if it really gets cut off? I know my print preview can sometimes cut off edges, but they print anyway.
 

CAPCnewbie

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Have you tried adjusting the margins?
 

MHPampered

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When I change the margins it throws the entire document off.
 

Rhonskitchen

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Try this. I did some adjusting on the fonts and moved the boxes a little. When I previewed it everything was there.
 

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Rhonskitchen

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Try this. I did a little adjusting of the fonts and moved the text boxes and everything seems to be there now when I preview it.
 

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ilovpc

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I made a few changes, but only to the first invite and now you can read everything. If you like it you can just copy and paste to the other sides.
 

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Ginger428

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Its REALLY nice, but mine is all messed up....:(
 

MHPampered

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This is still cutting off the right side for me.

Try this. I did a little adjusting of the fonts and moved the text boxes and everything seems to be there now when I preview it.
 

cookingwithdot

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If you'd like I can throw it into InDesign & make a pdf for you. Do you need to do any more text editing??
 

ChefKelebel

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Here's my attempt to help. I also couldn't help ad-libbing just a bit, I loved the soup and slippers idea! I took some creative licensing on one of the titles (tee hee). Hope you like it and it works. (and if you want to take the black lines out, they are just lines around each box, you can easily remove those.)
 

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jessneeley

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These are absolutely adorable invites and what a great idea Megan! Now do you just print these out on cardstock and mail them as postcards??
 
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These are absolutely adorable invites and what a great idea Megan! Now do you just print these out on cardstock and mail them as postcards??

Hi my name is Vickie. I want to use this and I too think they are adorable I to would like to know what to print them on or do I need to go to Office Depot to get them printed I need them ASAP. Thank you for any assistance you may have.:chef:

Vickie Echols
[email protected]
Consultant in Texas:
 

NooraK

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You can print them on cardstock at home (you can get a ream inexpensively at an office supply store) or you can go to OfficeDepot/OfficeMax/FedExOffice/Staples if you prefer. I don't know what the cost would be there. If you print them yourself, you'll have to cut them, and I recommend a paper cutter to get it straight. At the store, you can ask them to do it for you, but they usually charge for that.
 

MHPampered

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The size I made these at almost fit onto the post invites we get in the supply orders. So I cut them out and glued them to the back of the postcard invites.
 

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