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Default How do I print 4 invitations on 1 page of standard paper?

I am trying to print an invitation without any graphics, text only. I will be
putting 4 invites on 1 standard size piece of paper. My goal is to cut this
invite out with craft scissors and to glue it onto a piece of scrap book
paper. I'm not good with Office at all and would appreciate the assistance.
Thanks Alot !!!!
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Default How do I print 4 invitations on 1 page of standard paper?

Design you content as normal. Then use the "Pages per sheet" option found
under File, Print, bottom right corner, change 1 page to 4 pages. You may
need to adjust your sizing of Fonts, and spacing to get it just right, enjoy
;-)
Hope this helps
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"Lynn" wrote:

I am trying to print an invitation without any graphics, text only. I will be
putting 4 invites on 1 standard size piece of paper. My goal is to cut this
invite out with craft scissors and to glue it onto a piece of scrap book
paper. I'm not good with Office at all and would appreciate the assistance.
Thanks Alot !!!!

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