microsoft.public.publisher - Microsoft Office Publisher
I want to insert cutlines for business cards on a 8.5" by 11" and 11"x17" cardstock. Could anyone help me?
I am trying to print business cards from publisher, using my own design rather than one of the publisher ones. The cards do not have an avery number but I have carefully measured all of the margins and put them into the page set up screen - the cards are 10 to a page (5 rows of 2) and do not have a gap between them so I have set the horizontal and vertical gap fields to 0. When I print them the first card is aligned correctly but then the printing on each successive one moves slowly upwards. After two or three cards they are totally misaligned. I have checked the settings several times but can find nothing wrong with them. What am I doing wrong? I can't think of anything else to check. Thanks Jon
When I view the business cards that I created on Publisher, I see 2 columns of Biz cards, 4 in each row. But I also see the 'crop' marks that are in between each card (I don't know if they're called crop marks). These marks sort-of show where the edges of each card is. These marks print out onto the Avery Business Card Stock sheets that I've purchased in order to print Biz cards on my laser printer. How/where can I remove the 'Crop' marks, or divider marks that are in between each card? Thanks.
I have inherited a large quantity of non-standard business card stock that measures 7 11/16 in. wide by 11 1/8 in. tall. The margins are: T=.875 in., R=.625 in., L=.625 in., B=.25 in. There is no indication of the manufacturer, and none of the standard label settings within Word 2000 match those dimensions. I have constructed custom settings to accommodate this stock (the card cuts are a standard 2 1/2 in. by 3 in., 10 up by 2 across). How can I print my business cards on this stock using my HP DeskJet 970 Cse printer, since the stock jams in the printer when fed as paper is normally fed, from the tray in front ?