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Graduation Invitation Templates Microsoft Word

 

Graduation Invitation Templates Microsoft Word
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Graduation Invitation Templates Microsoft Word

Graduation Invitation Templates Microsoft Word

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08.03.10

I wish everything I held onto glitched the fuck out. Almost as good as everything you touch turning into skittles.

This is somewhat difficult since I'm not sure what the size of the original document is and the location you want the text to be on that document.

I'm assuming you want it to print one copy on top, and the second copy on the bottom, not side to side. I know you said the Avery template doesn't work, but I think that's the easiest thing to modify.

Assuming you're using Word 2003:
1. Go to Tools>Letters and Mailings>Envelopes and Labels
2. In the "Labels" tab, click on Options.
3. In "Label Options" select 5361 (thats the closest to 2×3 I found)

This will bring up a page of 2×3 labels on the right hand side. You can arrange it on the page a few ways:
a. When you click on the label, this square around a "+" should appear on the upper left corner. click and drag that move it to where you want it to go.
b. If you want it centered to the page, right click over that square around the "+", to to Table Properties, select Center, then OK

The only other alternative I can think of is to print it on clear labels and then tape it onto the invitations…

Good luck!

08.03.10

Good overview of some ideas to help sell my hosue. I could use some more tips to help me sell it!

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08.03.10

This is somewhat difficult since I'm not sure what the size of the original document is and the location you want the text to be on that document.

I'm assuming you want it to print one copy on top, and the second copy on the bottom, not side to side. I know you said the Avery template doesn't work, but I think that's the easiest thing to modify.

Assuming you're using Word 2003:
1. Go to Tools>Letters and Mailings>Envelopes and Labels
2. In the "Labels" tab, click on Options.
3. In "Label Options" select 5361 (thats the closest to 2×3 I found)

This will bring up a page of 2×3 labels on the right hand side. You can arrange it on the page a few ways:
a. When you click on the label, this square around a "+" should appear on the upper left corner. click and drag that move it to where you want it to go.
b. If you want it centered to the page, right click over that square around the "+", to to Table Properties, select Center, then OK

The only other alternative I can think of is to print it on clear labels and then tape it onto the invitations…

Good luck!

08.03.10

RT Just to recap, here's my announcement regarding Romas/COIN, linking to the analysis itself:

Linux has yet to displace Unix in the data center. And despite Unix server vendor consolidation, most data centers still run multiple flavors of physical Unix servers. Those were the take-aways from the 2010-11 Unix Vendor Preference Survey of 306 data center professionals conducted by Gabriel Consulting Group (GCG). GCG has been conducted its Unix surveys for five years, and focuses on physical systems, not virtual machines. Sponsor In an announcement, GCG Principal Analyst Dan Olds said that although sales have been strong for Linux and Windows servers, Unix servers aren’t going away. “But these Unix systems fulfill a different role in most enterprises; they run mission-critical applications that are vital to the functioning of the business,” Olds says. “Just because the sales of small, fuel-efficient cars are skyrocketing worldwide doesn’t mean that the need for dump trucks has gone away.” Only 20% of respondents said that they were reducing their reliance on Unix, and according to…

08.03.10

i heard that the announcement is:
-jon is moving out.
-they are going to do marriage counseling.
-and if the counseling goes well jon will move back in later this year

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