Jump to content

Recommended Posts

Any microsoft word specialistshuh.gif?

I have typed what I need for my std letter, but now want to rotate it so I can fit 2 per sheet (letter), and 4 per sheet (travel info)....

I will attach both letters. Please help!!

also, I used a special font- hibiscus.ttf from dafont.com, or email me and I can send it to you.

Otherwise, send me directions and I can do it myself!!!

 

 

 

 

Dear Friends and Family.doc

Info.sheet.doc

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

For the first, open a blank document, click on:

1. file

2. page set up

3. paper size

4. select landscape option under orientation

 

Then insert a table with 2 columns and one row. Copy the original letter and paste it into one of the tables. You will probably have to decrease the font size so it can fit on one sheet. Repeat for the second column of the table.

 

I think that's what you mean!!!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

okay just kidding...I just downloaded that font too..give me a minute

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

okay here it is...I couldn't fit the second monogram that was on the bottom, sorry it was just too much...but I will try to fit into your other one...

 

 

letter.doc

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Thank you soooooo much!!! For some reason, I do not have the "pull down menu" showing in my Word program. Our office manager is having someone fix it on Monday- but I wanted to print these this weekend! I am not very good at this stuff....

I really appreciate it!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I just noticed that when you put more than one "question mark", it adds that confused smiley. I was wondering why it was always added to my post....huh.gif

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

okay this is the only way I could get this to work, let me know if you have questions...also I actually wrote out something with your hibiscus! hope you like it

 

 

info sheet.doc

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  


  • Best Destination Wedding Sponsors



    Facebook Pinterest Google+ Twitter
  • Posts

    • Looking for the best venue for wedding and Wedding related events Book the best Banquet Hall in West Delhi - Symphony Banquets. For all types of Social as well as corporate events with In-House Catering service and luxurious ambiance to make every event a memorable one.  
    • Hundreds of years before, the basic jewellery were made out of seashells and bone, trees and animal skin. In the ancient times, the Egyptian jewellery first came into existence. Egyptian culture inhabited technology, gemstones, and precious metals early in comparison to other places. They were inspired by the culture of royalty and aristocracy which led to thinking noble like having a deep appreciation for luxury. This made them create impactful jewellery and leading trends. Copper was the first metal that came into existence through which we as humans got so many jewellery items.  However, the major focus on jewellery came when they discovered gold. This allowed the Egyptian to rule as the first jewellery maker. The ancient Egyptians valued adornment and were worn by both men and women.  Material and metals: The plethora of material which was used in the making of this Egyptian jewellery was basically gold and silver. Egyptian has mostly attracted towards gold and the availability of silver was less in Egypt as compared to any other place. The colour variation was due to the mixing of elements such as alloys like copper, iron, silver into gold.  Charm jewellery: It was then also an interesting concept to have charms in necklaces, bracelets and other jewellery items. It’s just they were made up of stones and precious or semi-precious jewellery. In this picture above the necklace is adorned with precious stones in different charms shapes. Gem and stones: The more royal pieces of Egyptian jewellery were adorned with the precious jewellery items. The gemstones were semi-precious stones, precious stones are other various gems. The most prized stone were lapis lazuli, rock crystal, and pearls. Emeralds were also found in these jewellery pieces. These were made from ground quartz and then molded into expensive gemstones. They are also used as charm jewellery when molded or carved in different shapes.
    • Congratulations! Where you are you getting married? 
    • It’s my wedding five months from now and we badly need ideas because everyone’s mind is not working right now and I, as the bride, cannot even think of what I really want to have on my wedding day. I want something simple yet unique. Something that suits for Colombian women and bride. Can you help me out with this? Thanks! I will really appreciate your comments!
    • I know it is really tough job to get everything at best cost. I would like to suggest to contact local wedding planner or decorators to get the quotes. It will take some time but by comparing different quotes you will get the best package.
  • Topics

×