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3x5 Notecard in Word

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by erik419, Dec 18, 2007.

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  1. erik419

    erik419 Thread Starter

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    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
     
  2. bp936

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    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 :rolleyes: 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
     
  3. erik419

    erik419 Thread Starter

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    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
     
  4. bp936

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    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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