How do I create letter writing paper with Christmas border on it?
I want to take ordinary white 8 1/2 x 11 writing paper and print a Christmas border of some sort on it. How do I create a template for this? I was hoping to find some jpg and copy it somehow, then print it onto the 8 1/2 x 11 where I could then write my letter.
Question answered by meenakshi
Have you tried the options in MS Word [or whichever software you are using] ? Go to 'Format', then click on 'Borders & Shading' & check the 'Page Border' Art settings . Choose whichever you like from the options available, customize & simply print.
Also check out any photo or imaging software in your computer. These too have some options.
Some other sites that offer free borders from where you can print :
Hope these help :-)
Where can I find high quality writing (not printer) paper without a cheesy watermark?
I've been trying to find some very fine, high quality plain writing paper for letters, but all I seem to find is paper with the company's watermark printed on it as well. Can anyone help me find some places I may order some paper of this quality? Thank you.
Question answered by Get Smart™
See if there is a Kelly Paper in your area:
You can contact them and describe exactly what you'rel looking for and they can provide it. At the very least they'll be able to point you in the right direction.
Where can I find pretty writing paper?
Im writing pen pals and want to find some writing paper with printed pictures in the background but I don't know where to find them. Kinda like stationary.
Question answered by Jen
try Papyrus....Its a little expensive but its really pretty. Or try your local Hallmark store.
How do you print writing on a t-shirt at home?
Im a graphics designer and i'v seen people who somehow design what they want at home on photoshop or something and print writing/business logo's on t-shirts etc.. from home, how do u do this and wat do u need??
Question answered by TrAtheist
you can use a transfer paper
it's like an iron-on
Where can you buy cute cheap writing paper?
Basically, I got a few new pen pals and I want some really cute writing paper and envelopes (A4) to write the letters on.
I live in Bournemouth so if anyone knows any shops here that would be fantastic! But online is just as good.
Ive tried Paperchase, Waterstones and Whsmiths with no luck:(
Under 10£ would be great!
Thank you so much ox
Question answered by S
After researching your question, realized the true difficulty you had encountered when seeking writing paper. Here in the United States, there are so many options for patterned or colored A4 paper and envelopes, along with stationery packets containing the smaller sized matching envelopes and writing paper.
Have you tried one of the bigger Asda stores which carry clothing and general merchandise? Their office supply section and card/paper section might have some packets of novelty paper. Problem with most stationery sized paper is the smaller than A4 size which your posted questions mentioned. An alternative to consider might be selecting a solid color A4 sized paper and a package of stickers for embellishment at top or bottom or each sheet.
There are origami papers which come in various sizes and are often only patterned on one side. The Roze website lists some 7.8 inch squares in small quantity packages.
Have you considered using a computer and color printer to print a bright design on A4 paper and envelopes? There are free patterns available and software to support this effort, and might be worth investigating.
What is the difference between print and non-print sources?
I'm writing a paper and one of the requirements is to use 2 print and 5 non-print sources. I'm not sure what the teacher means by this.
Question answered by Philip
Two print and five non-print sources for writing a paper may come from your local newspaper and a magazine of your choice for sources in print and five non-print may come from an app on a smart phone like wikiamo, newsy, IMDb, etc. or a personal video recording or a powerpoint presentation or a DVD of a recorded TV program or flash drive recording of a youtube video, etc.
For print think ink for non-print think light(as in monitor or projector), usually printed copies are often called hard copies and non-printed copies are often called efiles.
Is the Circus Ponies Notebook 3.0 for Mac good for writing and printing out papers?
I know that this program is good for writing notes, but I was wondering if you can write research papers and print them out in MLA format with this program. My question is basically is this as good as Microsoft Word to write papers to turn in?
Question answered by Fred First
It is possible to write a research paper using the "writing" pages in Notebook. Notebook 3 is best for setting up your outline, organizing notes and structure ideas, links, and definitions but might not be the only software you'll need. Longer papers might benefit from mac software like Devonthink Pro or especially Scrivener. From those programs you can export in a variety of formats. Your footnote and annotation requirements also may dictate the best program. Also give a look at Zotero web based research and writing program for your browser; I think there are provisions for standard format footnoting but have not used it for that purpose. Diigo also excellent for gathering research. From all of these, you may still end up doing final proofs in Word or NeoOffice.
How does a country have technology to Print Money?
Besides the Ancient Chinese ink writing paper money. How did every country have a currency? Did it exist the same time as their people making clothes?
Question answered by Thomas
How did the printing press cause the reformation?
I am writing a paper and I need to know how the printing press caused the reformation, and how it lead to political, social, and economical changes. If you know any articles websites or books about this please let me know. Also any facts about the subject would be much appreciated.
Question answered by Muinghan Life During Wartime
The Printing Press certainly DID NOT cause the Reformation.
It certainly helped it along though.
Bulk printing copies instead of hand writing them out helped distribute documents 1000 times quicker than before. Which means a 1000 more people would get to read them.
It also meant that anyone with a printing press could PRINT just about anything out without the "blessings" or without the directions of the leaders, the Pope, or the Church.
Whereas pretty much the only people that were processing any kind of documents before the printing press was one of the above three.... the leaders, the Pope, and the Church.
What were the parts of the printing press?
I am writing a paper on the printing press and it requires me to label the parts of the printing press and describe what they do. A labeled picture would be very helpful.
Question answered by Lisa B
This is a site that will help you decide which type of printing press you want to talk about, from very early to early modern. http://www.facstaff.bucknell.edu/tlusty/printing/index.html Here is another good history: http://www.ideafinder.com/history/inventions/printpress.htm
If you are specifically interested in the Gutenberg Printing Press, here is a good article with many good links: http://inventors.about.com/od/gstartinventors/a/Gutenberg.htm
I'm sorry that I could not find you a nice picture with labeled parts, but I think these articles describe the parts well enough so that you can match the names of the parts to the pictures.
Good luck, sounds like an interesting project.