The borders come pre-printed on the certificate paper you purchase from the stores.
What our Iclicknprint program does is it allows you to further customize these certificates.
When I try to print it to pdf, the border i have chosen of my certificate does not show up in the pdf, no matter what. I tried this with 2 of my certificates that use the same border. The rest of the content appears but not the border, and I have already selected Actual Size, I have also updated my Adobe reader, I have tried different printer settings too, nothing works. Item# 47727
Hi Karen, to do that print on side first, then create a new project and run the sheet of cards again through your printer.
Hi Vicky, the design comes pre-printed on the certificate paper you can find on geographics.com, Amazon, or with various retailers nationwide. Our Iclicknprint app is for further customizing these certificates and you cannot print just the borders.
I hve template # 44486. I want to print something on the front AND back. How do I do that?
How do I print a full page of certificate with only the design
Hi Nicole, to download the .PDF file you need to use the Print button from the toolbar at the top. Once you do that, you will be asked to save the project and then prompted with a printing instructions window. At the botton of this window you can find the Download PDF Now button. Please use this button, depending on your browser's settings, the project will either automatically save to your Downloads folder or you will get to chose where on your computer do you want to save it.
Hi, I cant seem to find anyway to download the PDF. please advise; I can't print my labels.
Hi Kathy, our team has just added a some of the commonly used accents and diacritical marks. You can find them as clip art images in the Shapes & Lines menu to the left of the workspace. To use them, first add them to the project, then resize them and use the arrow keys to position them finely over the text.
Is there a way to put an accent mark over a letter in this software? I am trying to put an acute diacritical mark over two lower case "e's" for someone with a french name.
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