There is a program called gLabels. I use it to create mailing labels.
Re: business cards, I would avoid laser, as business cards are usually
stacked together, so they rub. They will wear off the laser toner. Ink
is soaked into the paper so it won't come off. That would interfere with
the image that you are trying to create.
On 03/15/2015 04:31 AM, Andreas Säger wrote:
Am 15.03.2015 um 01:18 schrieb charles meyer:
I’ve never printed business cards using Libre Writer and it didn’t go
well using the Avery online template.
I have blank sheets of cardstock (bought at Office Depot) to print my
own business cards with logo - one sided only.
There’s 10 business cards on each sheet of cardstock - 2 across and 5 down.
Each card is 2 inches by 3.5 inches.
Is there some kind of a template in Libre Writer for business card printing?
I’ll bet you can do it by using tables or charts but that’s way past
Thanks so much!
Fill out that dialog and LibreOffice will generate a page with separate
frames representing the space of one card.
If you want to use one of the downloadable templates from various sites,
these have basically one table without borders. Each cell represents the
space of a business card. Right-click and check "Table Boundaries" to
make the cells visible on screen but not on the print out. Now you can
edit a single table cell to your liking, copy the cell content and paste
into each cell.
Hope this helps
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