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I have a piece of card 16cm wide by 14.5 cm long.This needs

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I have a piece of card 16cm wide by 14.5 cm long.
This needs to be folded in half giving me 4 sides.
Can you please give me some help in trying to achieve this.
I cannot find any template which will do this and have the correct measurements.
I am trying to make a syllabus with events happening throughout the year.
Thank you.
As I am new to this I cannot seem to find examples on how to set up
Pamela Bruce


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Which year of Office do you have?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Microsoft 2013

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Microsoft Office 2013

Just to confirm -- You want a template that creates a divide on the page so when you print it out, it will let you fold it into 4 sections; is that right?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

yes that is rightSmile

Try this..
The easiest way is to use a "label" definition designed for four-up cards.
Select the Mailings tab in Word.
In the Create group, click Labels.
On the Labels tab of the Envelopes and Labels dialog, click Options.
If you are using commercial stock, such as Avery note cards or postcards, you can choose the appropriate Avery stock number and click OK.
If not, select Microsoft as the vendor and select one of the appropriate 1/4 Letter options (one is landscape and one portrait) and click OK.
Back in the Labels dialog, click New Document.
This will give you a page divided into four quarters. It's set up as a table, so make sure you have table gridlines displayed so that you can see the card boundaries. When you click anywhere in the table, the contextual Table Tools tab will be displayed. On the Table Tools | Layout tab, make sure that View Gridlines is turned on.
By default, you get one divided page (a 2x2 table) and one runover page (with just a single empty paragraph. As you finish the fourth card and press Tab, a new row will be created (as in any table).
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