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#1 Skygirl

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    Posted 21 June 2012 - 07:44 AM

    Ladies, i need HELP. I finally decided to do a boarding pass, i used joanneireland template. but when i tried printing it and cutting the border shows up, which i dont like. How can i completely remove the red border?can someone please help?any other suggesttions with formatting it are welcome. Thanks a lot!!

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    #2 ChocoTaco7568

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      Posted 21 June 2012 - 08:34 AM

      I also did boarding pass invites, and I would imagine that you want to keep the border lines so you know where to cut once they are printed. I would suggest changing them to a light shade of grey, and don't delete them

      #3 Skygirl

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        Posted 21 June 2012 - 08:41 AM

        tnx, for some reason i cant change the color..am i doing something wrong?

        did you perforated the tsvp part one by one?i tried on a regular paper, but maybe its me, but i cant get the straight line...



        #4 Skygirl

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          Posted 21 June 2012 - 08:43 AM

          another question, my rsvp last page is one on a page, how can i position it so its 3 per page?this way when i print i dont have to waste paper



          #5 leenancy

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            Posted 21 June 2012 - 08:45 AM

            I had the same issue when I did mine. My template had front pages and back pages (all the back had was "This Is Not A Valid Travel Voucher" in light gray text). So I copied the borders from the front, deleted them, and then pasted the borders on the back pages and cut them using the borders from the back. I had to flip the borders and play with them though so that the passes lined up and still kept the shape I wanted it to be from the front. So if I had borders that showed up, it would just be in the back and wasn't a big deal. Also, after I pasted the borders to the back, I made them a lighter color. I made them a very light gray so that it wouldn't be so obvious.

             

            It turned out fine, but was a little tedious making sure it kept it's shape. Hope you find that helpful or find an easier way to do it.


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            #6 ChocoTaco7568

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              Posted 21 June 2012 - 08:49 AM

              If you click on the red outline a format tab should pop up on your toolbar at the top of the window (File, Home, Insert… Format) Select ‘Shape Outline’ and change the color. Or if you really want to, while the outline is selected you can delete by pushing the ‘Delet’ key on your keyboard. I actually used a different format and made luggage tag rsvps. Here’s a link to my DIY Invites: http://www.bestdesti...ass-invitations




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