Topic: Print custom paper size in word
June 25, 2019 / By Bettina Question:
I have a large scrapbook but my printer can't accomodate its large pages. I wanted to do some journaling on my computer (because I hate my handwriting) and print it out, but because I can't print directly on the scrapbook paper, I'm not sure what to do. Any ideas?
Best Answers: Scrapbook Fonts?
Aidith | 9 days ago
What I do is figure out how big I want my journaling block (use a ruler to measure) I then go into a word processing doc and in page setup I set the size of my custom page -- ie if my journaling is 2 inches by 3 inches I go into page set up and set my custom page size to 2.2 and 3.2 (to accommodate margins)
I then type out my journaling and print it on a regular piece of paper. Now cut a scrap of scrapbooking cardstock, velum, transparency etc to the right dimensions of your journaling block and using a couple bits of double sided adhesive (I use a couple squares of hermafix) stick it directly onto the journaling you just printed on regular paper. Now feed it back through the printer and it will print on your scrap in exactly the right place. (You may have to test the printer to make sure you know which way to feed the paper for it to print in the same spot) And voila -- you end up with perfectly positioned journaling and you don't waste lots of paper!
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Originally Answered: What are the Legalities on Fonts?
Let me take a stab at this...
Whether or not you can legally use certain fonts for certain things is determined by the terms in the license agreement -- if your license says you're not allowed to use a font for commercial purposes, then it's clear you can't use it for a business card, for example. Since many logos are used as trademarks, and trademarks are by definition used for commercial purposes, you'll really need to check the terms of the license. (If the fonts are in the public domain, you're free to do what you wish with them.)
However, I would like to point out that it's also possible your logo won't be eligible for copyright protection for a reason having nothing to do with fonts. If your logo is based too heavily on letters, it may not be considered to have enough "unique authorship" to be protected by a copyright.
Hope this helps!
www.scrapbook.com has a lot of resources on this subject.
You can also go to yahoo and search "free fonts" or "free scrapbooking fonts" and then download them to your computer. You will find your pc's font folder by going to start, control panel, and then fonts. (If you have Windows XP, you will want to "change to classic version" when you get to the control panel). Once you find the folder, it is just a matter of dragging and dropping into that folder.
If you can print on 8.5x11 paper, then try to use the "landscape" set-up in word. This will allow you to use your paper sideways, and then you will be able to print a title that is nearly 11 inches long (which will look just fine on your 12x12 paper, I do it all the time) To do this, go to microsoft word, then go to file, page set up and choose landscape. Once you do that, you can make a text box and do your title.
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Originally Answered: How to use different fonts in notepad?
It is not possible, as notepad stores just characters without any format information. Every single byte (or every 2bytes) of the file is a character. This is called plaintext.
The format->font you know about is to select how you would like to see the characters inside the txt file. There is no format or font information inside a plaintext file.
You need a text processing application such as Wordpad (integrated in Windows), Microsoft Word (commercial, part of Microsoft Office) , AbiWord (free), OpenOffice.org Write (free part of OpenOffice.org suite) and other less popular ones.