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Microsoft® Office Publisher 2007 Step by Step by Joyce Cox, OTSI, and Joan Lambert

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Creating Postcards

Using postcards is a simple way to send information to customers, club members, family, or friends. Publisher comes with many templates for two-sided postcards. Most are designed to occupy a quarter page, but a few have quarter-page or half-page options. All have a primary side called Side 1 and a secondary side called Side 2, with most of the layout options for the second side including space for an address and postage.

Printing Both Sides of Thick Paper

Before you create a two-sided publication such as a postcard, you need to decide how you will print it. Because postcards are designed to be mailed, the paper they are printed on has to be substantial enough to withstand sorting and bagging processes without crumpling or tearing. ...

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