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Using Avery 8869 biz cards with PS 21? - 4/26/2011 10:37:08 AM   
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These are 8-to-a-sheet cards and I can't figure out how to get PS to print any way except in the 10-to-the-page format. Can anyone help? Avery support was no help. Lynn
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RE: Using Avery 8869 biz cards with PS 21? - 4/26/2011 10:58:55 AM   
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Use the Custom Paper Wizard to create the template you need. The program has a tutorial on how to do it and there is also a pinned post with similar instructions. I'll see if I can find it.

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RE: Using Avery 8869 biz cards with PS 21? - 4/26/2011 11:13:11 AM   
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Thank you, that was good to know, but all the Compatible Stock choices were 10-to-a-page biz cards. I need to be able to print 8 to a page, or throw out the expensive pack!

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RE: Using Avery 8869 biz cards with PS 21? - 4/26/2011 11:17:10 AM   
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That's why you use the Custom Paper Wizard. You define the measurements so that there will be 8 cards per sheet, properly positioned.




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RE: Using Avery 8869 biz cards with PS 21? - 4/26/2011 11:46:27 AM   
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I can make the template for you. Just provide the measurements for the top margin, side margin and middle gap as indicated in red.




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RE: Using Avery 8869 biz cards with PS 21? - 4/26/2011 11:50:34 AM   
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Hi Lynn,

For more information about the Custom Paper Wizard, please click on the link below

http://forums.encoreusa.com/tm.asp?m=27638&mpage=1&key=

For 8869 biz cards, you would use the following measurements in the Custom Paper Wizard.

Top Margin: 0.750"

Left Margin: 0.500"

Width: 3.50"

Height: 2.00"

Width + Gap: 4.00"

Height + Gap: 2.50"

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RE: Using Avery 8869 biz cards with PS 21? - 4/26/2011 12:16:15 PM   
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Thanks to Brandy's info, I made the template and it can be downloaded from this link.
Avery 8869 template

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