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    Just been checking out Pages, however even the sizes look mad on there.

    Any good tutorials that can be followed anywhere?

    Sorry to keep asking!

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    Printing greetings cards within Adobe Illustrator and MacBook Air
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdavecox90 View Post
    Just been checking out Pages, however even the sizes look mad on there.

    Any good tutorials that can be followed anywhere?

    Sorry to keep asking!


    Just a thought here, especially considering all the problems you're having, maybe there's something goofy with the graphics you're trying to use????

    Have you tried any different graphics or re-sized them to fit etc???

    As for some tutorials, give this a try and checkout some of the likely hits:
    Pages make a card tutorial
    https://www.google.ca/search?client=...Hcze8AfHk6yIDQ

    Or even try modifying the search a bit such as:
    Pages make a 5 x 7 foldover card tutorial
    https://www.google.ca/search?safe=ac....0.vOJj-Junfks

    Good luck.





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    Quote Originally Posted by pm-r View Post
    In all cases when attempting to create and print such a project, it's best to just use cheaper letter paper, cut to size if needed, until you get everything sorted out so things print as you want.

    Even if you use and set a custom page size, you can still just print to normal and cheaper letter stock.


    EDIT:
    I was going to suggest using Avery's free Design&Print.app but it keeps crashing on my iMac and I have to re-install it to get it to work.

    Their iOS Avery Design&Print app seems to work better but I can't find any setting for Avery 5 x 7 fold-over stock, and gave up looking.

    The OS X Design&Print version has a custom size option and provides the option for inside/outside printing so one doesn't have to rotate any text or images for a single print job.

    Otherwise you may want to use two separate templates, one for front outer and the other for the inside on "2nd" fold-over side.

    Yes, card printing can be a real PITA to get everything correct.






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    please what size gine you ??

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    Printing greetings cards within Adobe Illustrator and MacBook Air
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    Quote Originally Posted by klimbo123 View Post
    please what size gine you ??


    HUH??? Sorry, I don't understand your question or words.





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