I am trying to print to the standard perforated business card (8 1/2 by 11 by 10 card) without success.
Q. I am trying to print to the standard perforated business card (8 1/2 by 11 by 10 card) without success. Am I missing something? 1) In the business card print dialog box the only option is to print one or 4. No option to change the # of cards 2) In the label dialog box there is no Avery # for the standard business card template (10). 3) None of the excellent links to websites listed in various posts have directions for 2002. Gees... it seems to me that this feature would be one of the most used by small business whom this product is targeting. I was very surprised to find that it wasn't easy or even wizard driven.
A. Took me ages to sort this one out as well. To the left of your full sized business card design, there should be a column called Business Card Options. There are three boxes there, first is Logo, second is Orientation and the third.... and the one you are looking for is Copies per Sheet.... Select Multiple. It wouldn't do this to the card design I created in 2000, but simply gave me the one you've found.... one or four cards. What I finally did (before I went completely nuts) was to create a new business card and simply copy and paste the old designs over. Once I had created the card in 2002, the options were there and I've had no problems ever since. If you can open the old design and get the left hand column of options, you're fine. Just to prove to myself it wasn't there the first time I opened my old design, I just reopened it.... however, this time the options were there! Oh well! Anyway, that's how you can print 10 to a sheet! It is not in the printer options anymore!
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