1.     The invitations are DIY and the templates are a guide.  There is no way to make a universal template that will work perfectly for every computer and printer.  Our online template will not automatically work with every printer due to the several different varieties of printers available. Since we are unable to make a template that complies with every different printer available, you may need to make some type of adjustments to the template.  Sometimes you may need to adjust the margins or use some of the other settings in Microsoft Word.  Please refer to your printer’s manual for information on proper settings for your specific printer.

 

 

2.     First, use a piece of paper that is the same size as the wedding invitation, or make copies of the wedding invitation and cut to the same size.  Use this paper to practice printing the invitation before you use the actual invitation.  Depending on your printer, you may need to refer to the printer’s manual for adjusting the appropriate settings and how to properly load your printer.

 

 

3.     If the words are printing off-center, you may need to use the space bar to make adjustments left or right.  It might look off-center on the screen. If it looks off-center vertically, try using the ruler on the left side of the screen to move the lines of the template up or down. Then print on the practice sheet to see if you need to make any more adjustments.  Continue to adjust until it prints out perfectly!

 

 

4.     If you cannot download the template, go to the wedding template site (http://www.hobbylobby.com/wedding-templates) and save the template as a word document.  In some cases, depending on your computer, you may not be able to download or open the template. If this occurs, please contact customer service and they can send it to you as a Word document.