Boarding Pass Pocketfolder Help
Posted 26 June 2008 - 02:29 PM
Posted 26 June 2008 - 03:59 PM
| Originally Posted by DanielleNDerek |
Shay, if you are near a office depot or staples, etc. they should have a section of cardstock paper in single reems that will have weights on the reems you'll see 60lbs, 80lb, 110lb etc
I'll go scope out the Bureau en Gros (Staples) and see if they can hook me up with some nice Chocolate or Sage colored 110 lb paper!
Posted 26 June 2008 - 04:53 PM
Posted 02 July 2008 - 05:15 PM
| Originally Posted by bride2b-mexico2010 |
okay, i may be the only one, but im not sure how you can actually work on this file if its in power point?? can someone tell me how i would go about working on this and adding my own info?? thank you so much
You should just be able to open the file and move, recolor, add stuff, etc.
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Posted 03 July 2008 - 12:29 PM
I was wondering why everyone seemed to be able to use it! I just thought i was missing something!!
Posted 03 October 2009 - 03:39 AM
| Originally Posted by Bianca |
I used the 100lb card stock for the folder thingy and printed the actual boarding pass on 80 lb paper (text weight according to paper and more). The 110 paper is VERY thick and would not feed in my work copiers so for the fact that color laser copies are at least $0.50 a piece, I saved some $$$ by using the 80lb paper that I could print on at work. I took the 110 lb paper to kinkos to print out my folders.
To answer the q... using the 110lb paper for the folder and 80lb for the boarding pass (I had 3 pages that printed out on 1 sheet of paper) and the envelope that used the same 80lb paper, it weighed exactly 1 oz, so I only used a $0.42 stamp... using the 110lb may have pushed it over and costed more in stamps, idunno, maybe becks can say.
I would have prefered to use the 110lb all around. Its nice and thick. I like it. I will use that for my invites.
I think the original q was what "weight" means... Its just the thickness of the paper. I think 110lb is hardcore thick. Thicker than regular scrapbooking cardstock. 80lb is not exactly really thick, but its good enough. Not recommended for invites(unless you back it or something)!!! Regular printer paper is 20lb or 24lb.
THANK YOU for posting all of this!!! I have been wondering which lb paper to use!!!!!!
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