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How do I print a picture in lower right corner so I can fold it into a card?

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Edits - Added the "better" method > Avery Design and Print

 

A very simple method using Word:

 

Open a new (blank) Word document

In Layout, select your margins - most printers will tolerate a "Narrow" margin (1/2 inch).

In Insert, Click to insert a picture.

Select your image / photo and "insert" it into the document.

Adjust the size if you like, Right-Click on the photo > Size and Position

Click on the Photo (if it is not already / still active)

Use the little "handle" on the active photo to swing it around upside down. 

Give the document a name and save it.

Print the document.

 

The following example was put together on the fly - forgive any mistakes or confusing bits.

 

Word_Insert_Photo_Upside-Down_1.JPGWord_Insert_Photo_Upside-Down_1

 

A much better method:

Use the Avery Design and Print software:

Avery Design and Print (Download for Desktop)

 

Select a "card" template that mimics what you want:  single fold / quarter fold, etc.

Create the card and print it.

 

Examples here of the single fold card:

Dragon Document – Collection of Help, suggestions, and examples:

Printing Labels_Business-Cards_Cards

Print Labels, Business Cards, Cards, Booklet, Create Template/Table

Topics / Subjects, various, including:

  • Preparation
  • Labels, Cards, and Business Cards
    • Office Word
    • HP Photo Creations and Avery Templates
    • Avery Design and Print (through Windows 10.x) and Mac
      • Print from PDF feature
    • Avery Wizard for Word (through Windows 8.x)
  • Printing and Printing Preferences – Notes
  • Print Booklet
    • Foxit Reader - Booklet
    • Adobe Reader - Booklet
  • Print on Inside of Greeting Card - Test
  • Additional Help (Documents and Notes)

 

 

 

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