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Made of pure cotton and with a soft, porous finish, LCI Cotton paper prints letterpress like a dream; but who ever said this irresistibly soft cottony finish is reserved for letterpress printing? It certainly is not, and for all you do it yourselfers out there who want to print your creative design on luxurious cotton paper at home, this post is for you!
Microsoft Word's table feature can come in quite handy if you are designing and printing your own wedding stationery. Once you are familiar with creating and formatting tables in Word, you can place multiple cards of any size on one standard, printable 8 1/2 x 11 sheet, which has all kinds of great benefits!
Creating tables in Microsoft Word allows you the convenience of printing multiple small cards on one standard sized 8 1/2 x 11 sheet (multiple-ups) - but there is one thing that is not so convenient about using tables - adding pictures and monograms to them! Although Word is a great word processing program that allows you to do all kinds of great things with wedding stationery, quite simply, it is not a page layout program, which limits it when it comes to adding design elements other than text. While adding images and monograms to multiple-up table documents is certainly something you can do, it requires a bit more time and effort than it would using page layout software.