Topic | Index Card Printing?

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  • Misty
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    Ok so I want to print some index cards. I have a HP Pavilion g series Windows 7.

    I would like to print so one side says the bible verse and the other says the “verse”. Does anyone know how to do this? I type a LOT faster than I print and I am a perfectionist and typing makes me less stressed?

    Can anyone help? Thanks


    suzukimom
    Participant

    I have done them using Word…   What programs do you own?    I just have to setup the Paper Size to match the cards.   Mind you – I have only done 1 side….  I’d have to think about how to do the 2 sides so you get the correct reference to the correct verse…


    Sonya Shafer
    Keymaster

    You can buy sheets of index cards still connected to each other, print the sheet, then tear the cards apart. Here’s an example on Amazon.com. It’s easier to print the full sheet than to try to get little cards to feed just so into the printer.

    I think the company that sells the sheets also has templates available. And of course, you can print out a test on a regular sheet of paper and hold it up to the cards sheet to make sure everything looks good before actually printing on the cards sheet. 


    Sara B.
    Participant

    Awesome, Sonya!  Never heard of such a thing!  And it sure beats writing down all our Scripture Memory stuff, poems we’re memorizing, “flash cards” (not used as flashcards in the traditional sense), and everything else I use index cards for.  Smile


    missceegee
    Participant

    You can also just download the template that Sonya mentioned, print on regular paper and cut apart. 

    If it’s scripture you want to print, there is a great resource called Verse Card Maker that does ESV verses for you on business size cards. I use it all the time. http://www.mcscott.org/


    Sara B.
    Participant

    I suppose you could print it on cardstock, too, to make them thicker.  My printer doesn’t always do well on cardstock, sometimes, but not always.  I’ll have to see how thick the index card paper is.

    Neat resource, missceegee!  I am bookmarking that one!


    Misty
    Participant

    Thanks everyone I will have to give those a try. Sonya – awesome I bet Office Max has something like that I will have to look on Friday!


    Sue
    Participant

    We are blessed to have a large paper cutter at home, so I usually print out flash cards, bookmarks, etc. on cardstock. Then I just chop them apart.

    It’s a great stress reliever, too. Once you get them carefully lined up, all of that hacking with the giant blade really lets things out….especially if accompanied by a loud “HI-YAH!!!”


    Sara B.
    Participant

    LOL Sue!


    Misty
    Participant

    Sue you made me smile and laugh! Thanks I needed that. I might just have to get a paper cutter to just yell out funny things

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