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18-Dec-2007, 04:36 PM #1
3x5 Notecard in Word
So i need to make a note card for an exam tomorrow with much info as i can, but it has to be 3x5 and wondering out i can make something like this in word?

Any help would be nice...

I am using Mircosoft works, for homeoffice xp

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18-Dec-2007, 04:49 PM #2
when I needed a 4x6 size card, I put a textbox with those dimensions on a Word page and used "page border - outside" it worked,
I either printed it on normal paper and I had to cut it and sometime I had to use 4x6 stockpaper, it worked
the only problem I had was to figure out from which side my printer starts the printing, I have 2 printers and they allow different setting, so do a testrun
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18-Dec-2007, 04:55 PM #3
ugh i don't get it i just want to make it the right size then print it out and cut it... and print another one and tape it on the back of the first paper
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18-Dec-2007, 05:17 PM #4
go to page setup, paper size, customize,
width = 5" height = 3"

it the easy way
I did it the other way to save paper
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