Is it easy to print your tri-fold papers

Posted on by

Want a professional looking brochure or elegant wedding ceremony program that you can print at home? Our tri-fold programs & brochures are easy to print and heres why

  • Standard 8 1/2 x 11 paper size
  • Free printing templates formatted to take advantage of all three panels
  • Pre-scored and easy to fold

Please enable
JavaScript to see the video

This entry was posted in Printing 101. Bookmark the permalink.

5 Comments

  1. Pamela Gross says:

    I have received your trifold paper (65 lb.). Your template permits printing on three sides. I would like to be able to print on four sides in order to include more information. Is this possible? How would you suggest I go about it in order to have all printing going in the same direction, i.e., not having one section upside down from the others?

    Thanks very much!

  2. Lillian says:

    I have a sample of your tri fold program paper, and used your template. I need to print on the back also, is there a template for that?
    Thank you,
    Lillian

  3. JB says:

    Hi Pamela & Lillian,

    Our Tri Fold Programs have three equally sized panels and our Word printing templates have three equally sized columns. This means you can use the same printing template to print on the reverse side of the Tri Fold Programs. Just change the template wording to that of exactly what you’d like to print on the reverse side, then load the programs into your printer upside down from the way you first loaded them. Until you’re confident about what side of the paper and direction that your printer prints, you can test print with ordinary copy paper, folding it in thirds after printing. In no time, it will become second nature.

  4. Patty says:

    Hi,
    With the Tri Fold paper being scored am I able to fold a different way than the according style in the video?
    Example: fold in right panel toward center – then fold – left side toward center?

    • Kristen says:

      Hi Patty,

      The method of folding you are describing is called a barrel fold; and yes, you can certainly fold tri-fold program paper in that manner.

      If you do choose the barrel fold style, I would recommend securing them in some way – with a ribbon or band, for example; otherwise they probably will not stay closed.