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Christmas card quarter-fold template on A4


sheila.weston
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I am looking for a template to make a Christmas card template to use with Photoshop etc, so that I can print on an A4 sheet of paper and then fold twice to make the card.

Can I design the card first and transfer it to a quarter size on the A4 sheet?

There are lots of templates on the internet, but they mostly seem to be half-fold and I can't find one which has the four sides showing.

Many thanks, as always.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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http://www.avery.com/avery/enus/Templates-&-Software/Templates/Cards/Greeting-Cards/QuarterFold-Greeting-Card--TallMicrosoft-Word.htm

http://www.microsoft.com/products/works/templates.mspx

http://www.jansreadingroom.com/Cards/Q-Fold-Label-Cards.htm

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sheila.weston

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Many thanks, Fruitbat. I thought that the Avery site was easy to use until I got to the printing stage when the inside message was off-centre because it seems to be aimed at 8 x11.5" paper, not A4 and there didn't appear to be an option to change the print size.

Any other ideas? I thought that there was a template for Photoshop, but can't find it.

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Terry Brown

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If you have Microsoft word (2003 onwards), go to Publisher. There is a build in template.

Terry

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sheila.weston

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Just the job! I thought that I had seen one somewhere! Very many thanks, Terry.

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