New Class Of 2012 Graduation Invitation and Announcement Printable Design Templates

Graduation Invitation Wording Templates

 

Graduation Invitation Wording Templates

Thanks to the web, we are absolutely not required to have the same invitations that everyone have seen for the last decade. With a little time and research, you can save a lot of time and create your graduation invitation for free. You worked hard to achieve your goal and your graduation invitations and graduation announcements should reflect your accomplishment in style. Congratulations and remember never stop learning!

For anyone who is a university student and / or guardian who’re finding your way through this particular special event, why buy a set of packaged and as well dull or boring invites, when you can come up with an ideal cost-free graduation invitations with picture cards built by you, using special photos, and customized with the selection of designs, concepts, fonts, colors, plus your completely unique concept. Instead of mailing the same thing most people are mailing, your own invitations will be one of a kind souvenirs of the life changing experience.

Graduation Invitation Wording Templates

We have numerous themes in various colour themes. All of these is often custom made along with your very own copy, colors, and image. The design software on the web page allow you create private details to your invitations. You’ll be able to add your own personal photos, compose your personal graduating passages, as well as pick your own background colour to generate a beautiful and stylist party invitation in just a couple min’s.

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Graduation Invitation Wording Templates

Graduation Invitation Wording Templates

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10.16.10

MORE MAGIC!!! :D

10.16.10

in da plane ;-)

10.16.10

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!

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