Fran, of Phoenix asks, “I have a document in Word I’m trying to print onto specialized paper. Is there a way to put the measurements into Word and have the document print correctly on this paper?”
You’re in luck! I’ll show you this easy Word Ruler Tip to do just that.
First, measure all parts of the pre-printed paper. This will give you the measurements you will need for the printed portions of the Word document.
Now that you have the measurements, you will setup the Tab stops with the Ruler. However, you will want the Ruler to help with measurements.
To do this, simply follow these steps.
Click onto a Tab stop on the Ruler. (Note: This is a normal Left-Click.)
Next, while holding the Left-Click, click again with the Right mouse button.
You should now be holding down both mouse buttons.
Notice the Ruler in Word changes to measurements. See image above.
Continue using this Word Ruler Tip to mark all Tab stops that match the measurements of the pre-printed paper.
I’m sure users will find many other uses for this tip with the Word Ruler.