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Print crop marks
Article To print crop marks , you must print on a paper size that is larger than the page size you have set for your publication. Commonly, this requires that you prin...
Publisher 2003
Print crop marks
Article Use crop marks to prepare your publication for professional printing and cropping.
Publisher 2007
Remove crop marks
Article Remove crop marks in a Publisher publication by unchecking a check box under printer settings and not on the ribbon as you might expect.
Publisher 2013
Troubleshoot using crop and bleed marks
Article My crop marks or bleed marks didn't print. You may need to select options to print crop marks or bleed marks. Print crop or bleed marks with your publicatio...
Publisher 2003
Show and print crop marks
Article Use crop marks to prepare your publication for professional printing and cropping.
Publisher 2010
Add and print crop marks
Article Add and print crop marks from the printer settings and not on the ribbon as you might expect.
Publisher 2013
Tips for assembling a poster or banner
Article Show All Hide All When you print a poster or banner to a desktop printer that commonly prints only on letter-sized or legal-sized paper, Microsoft Publisher cre...
Publisher 2003
Print different labels, name tags, or business cards on the same sheet
Article How to print a whole series of business cards, labels, or name tags on a single sheet.
Publisher 2007
Print one-sided postcards
Article Find steps to print postcards in Publisher 2013.
Publisher 2013
Common printing issues
Article This article will help you get answers to some of the most common printing issues. These issues concern the difference between a page and a sheet of paper in M...
Publisher 2007
Print business cards, labels, postcards, or name tags to a specific position on a sheet
Article You can print publications (business cards, labels, postcards, or name tags) by aligning them so they will print exactly where you want them.
Publisher 2007
Develop a unique brand identity by modifying a Publisher Master Design Set
Article Applies to Microsoft® Office Publisher 2003 If you have a small business, you'll need printed materials such as brochures, business cards, mailers, and letterh...
Publisher 2003
Change the paper size
Article The paper size refers to the actual sheet of paper that your publication will be printed on. Commercial printers usually refer to paper size as sheet size, and ...
Publisher 2003
Create a bleed for your publication
Article You can create a bleed with text, pictures, or any other type of object. Important To create a bleed , you need to set your publication up to print on a...
Publisher 2007
Create a folded booklet or newsletter
Article Create a folded booklet or newsletter in Publisher In a folded booklet or newsletter, each set of two pages is printed on one side of a sheet of paper. For exa...
Publisher 2003
Change page size, paper size, or page orientation
Article How to change the size of your Publisher 2003 publication including dimensions, paper size, and switching orientation between landscape or portrait.
Publisher 2003
Create a bleed for your publication
Article To create a bleed for your publication, you need to set it up to print on a sheet of paper that's larger than the finished publication page. For example, if ...
Publisher 2003
Print a publication on a desktop printer
Article Find links to more information about how to print different versions of the same publication on the same sheet of paper, how to print copies of different public...
Publisher 2007
Privacy Statement for Microsoft Office 2010
Article This Office 2010 privacy notice is the full Privacy Statement for Office 2010 and links to the information for individual Office 2010 programs.
Publisher 2010, Access 2010...
Proof your publication by printing a PDF file, composite, or separations
Article It's important to proof your publication carefully before you send it to a commercial printing service. The format you use for proofing, for checking potential ...
Publisher 2007
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