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Subsequently you have to select the template named Raffle tickets 6 per page. Microsoft Word will make available a preview of the chosen template and then inquires whether you wish to download the particular template. Now choose the option to download. Consequently your current word document gets replaced with the template of raffle ticket which is ready to undergo editing in your hand.
After you set up your list of tracking numbers in the data source and design your publication, you are ready to merge your list of tracking numbers with your publication to create a batch of gift certificates or coupons that each displays a unique tracking number.
Now, what if you want to create multiple tickets for your organization? It is a really hassle free and easy process. Once you have done with your editing and typing of the document, you just need to copy and paste the complete word template over and over again to generate multiple tickets.
The ticket numbering problem seems solved, if awkwardly. But what about linking automatic numbering of text references to a figure (e.g. “see fig.101″) to a legend of that figure (e.g. Fig. 101 shows….”)? Is this quite beyond InDesign CS3? If it is solvable the solution isn’t mentioned in any CS3 book I have managed to get hold of, nor is it dealt with in the CS3 Help facility as far as I can see, nor were the speakers at a recent Adove CS3 Workshop able to solve it. Please advise this frustrated book author!
If you hold regular raffles, design base ticket, stub and cover designs, with images and text etc, but without specific raffle details (draw date, prizes, ticket price etc.) and save the design file. Now you can re-start RafflePrinter, load the saved design file and just add relevant dates, prices, prizes etc for the next raffle.
If you are designing a gift certificate or coupon from scratch, you can either start with a completely blank publication or adapt an http://ringringpromotions.org publication. Small-sized publication types, such as business cards, postcards, and labels can be adapted to serve as coupons. Flyers or brochures can be adapted for use as gift certificates.
I�m going to make som servicecards in A5. On the servicecards I must ticketnumbers. How do I make this automaticly?? Yhank you in advance. Yours Dan Andersen – www.dbamott.dk Create a database with your numbers and other information, use mail merge. What are the dimensions of your service cards? A5? When you mail merge you can only have one card on your screen for the merge to be successful. Help here Mail, e-mail, and catalog merge http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/publisher/CH100502901033.aspx — Mary Sauer MSFT MVP http://office.microsoft.com/ http://msauer.mvps.org/ news://msnews…
For example, if an order is approved by 11 AM Eastern Standard Time on Tuesday, and the Turnaround Time for the product is one day, printing will be completed on Wednesday. If the order is approved AFTER 11 AM Eastern Standard Time on Tuesday, printing will be completed on Thursday.
Once you are happy with your basic layout, copy everything three times so you have a page of four tickets. At this point, they won’t be numbered tickets just yet, you will add the numbers in a moment:
LeChat, Filonia. “How to Create Sequential Order Tickets in Microsoft Publisher.” Small Business – Chron.com, http://smallbusiness.chron.com/create-sequential-order-tickets-microsoft-publisher-51103.html. Accessed 23 March 2018.
Create your own tickets using your favorite graphics program like Photoshop, Microsoft publisher, or Word. The using Number-Pro you can easily add numbering to your tickets in multiple places. Raffle ticket numbering has now never become easier.
Easy to fix. Close the new document which Word just created (don’t bother to save it). Go back to your main template document and just move the placeholder further to the right. It’ll look odd, because the placeholders take up more space than the real numbers, so the layout looks messed up. Something like this:
You don’t have to be a born salesperson to move all your tickets, but the better your sales tactics, the more successful you’ll probably be. Peter Kajanzy teaches how to crush a sale with pro techniques. One bit of advice he offers: When people ask for the price, instead of doing a complex breakdown of one for $2, three for $5, and so on, go straight to “You can buy five tickets for $8.”
At this time, decide how many tickets you want to print. You can choose All and print 5,000 or you can choose to print only a certain amount. For instance, you may want to print records 1 to 500 to print only 500 tickets. If you need to print more tickets later, you’ll want to print records 501 to 1,000 to print another 500 tickets.