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Creating Your Own Tags & Labels for Printing in This

Creating Your Own Tags & Labels for Printing in This

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CREATING YOUR OWN TAGS & LABELS FOR PRINTING
In this lesson we will be looking at 4 different tags to create that you can print, punch or cut out to create all the great gift tags, goody tags, or any label.
These instructions were created using Microsoft word 2003. Instructions might not match location of items as the same as your version of word exactly.
OVAL TAG INSTRUCTIONS
1.You will first figure out the dimensions of the punch you are using for theseinstructions I will be creating this tag to be punched out with the Stampin Up’Wide Oval Punch.2.You would measure length wise and then height. This one is 2 ½ x 2.3.You will go to the bottom of your word doc. Click on auto shapes / basic shapes/oval.
(if you drawing tool bar is not shown at the bottom you my turn it on by right clicking within the field at the topof the screen where it list by name your items (file, edit, view and so on). A drop down menu will appear. You will click on drawing. A check mark should no be shown by it and it should be at the bottom of the document) .
4.You will notice the box that was created around the shape. You will click on theshape and drag it out side of the box, click on the box and delete the box. I do notknow why this gets created when you insert your artwork, but you do not want itthere.
 
5.6.You will then size your shape. You want to be sure that you create the shapeslightly smaller than your punch. Right click on the shape and click on formatautoshape. If you double click on the shape the format box will pop up this wayalso.7.Your shapes format box will pop up. Click on the size tab at the top.8.This is where you can manually enter your sizes. You can also click on the shapeand stretch it to the size you want. I find it easier this way so that I know mymeasurements are correct. For this example
height is 1.32 inch and width is 2.25inches
. This is to work in the 2 ½ wide oval Stampin Up punch.9.Once your measurements are set you will then click on the colors and line tab
 
10.This is where you will choice your line color, dash, style and weight. For thisexample I have
chosen black for the color and no fill nor the fill color / Longdash dot dot for the dash / 3/4pt for style and .75pt for the weight
11.Your first layer is now created.12.You will insert another oval autoshape and get rid of the box again like previousoval. (You will need to do this for all shapes you insert).13.This time you will make the size slightly larger than the first one and change the
Dash to solid and the style to double line 3pt
.14.You will change the fill color to no fill15.You will then drag this new shape over the first one to be able to group themtogether. (to move the oval in small increments to match all side at the samedistance you will hold down the ctrl key and use the arrow keys to center themaround each other.)16.Next you will select both shapes and group them together. To do this you willclick on one shape hold the shift key down and click on the next shape. Still

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