Although they made their way online, you can not deny the power of a flyer. If you have a product or service you want to post a flyer on your local bulletin board, make it easy for people to grab your contact info. Here's how to make them in Word.
Creating Vertical Tear-Offs
Make sure the flyer contains content and design to attract passerby's. Microsoft provides a flyer templates that can get you in the right direction, or you can create your own.
Once you've finished with the flyer's content and design, it's time to create your vertical tear-offs.
As we mentioned before, it's important to leave space at the bottom of the tear-offs. A good rule of thumb is to give the bottom of the page a 3 "margin (which is what we are going to do with our example), but it depends on how much you plan to put in your tear-offs. [1
From the drop-down menu, select the "Custom Margins" option at the bottom.
The Page Setup window will open with the "Margins" tab already selected. Set the bottom margin to 3 "and then click" OK. "
To make room for your tear-offs.
To make the tear -offs, we're going to use a table in the document footer. The table should only be one row but eight or ten columns.
Double-click the footer area of the document to open it. Next, switch to the "Insert" tab and then click the "Table" button.
On the drop-down menu, use the grid to create your table. We're going with 8 × 1 table-eight columns and one row.
Now, you'll need to resume your new table to match the 3 "margin. Just grab the bottom of the table and drag.
Now that you've got the table set up, it's time for the text.
To rotate the text, highlight all the columns in your table, right-click any of the selected columns, and then select "Text Direction" from the context menu.
You can choose whichever works best for you. Once you select your orientation, click "OK."
Now you can enter your information-name, phone, email, or whatever else you want.
You can use a different font, change the text size, or even insert a small image-it's all up to you.
table to get a little out of whack because Word defaults to insert the image inline with the text. Do not worry; it's an easy fix.
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First, click the "Layout Options" icon next to the image .
On the pop-up menu, select the "Behind Text" options.
Now all that's left is to
Now, copy and paste the contents of that cell into the other cells of your table.
All that's left to do it out, cut the lines on the sides of the tear-offs, and hang your flyers. Good luck!