MS Word Newsletter Template for Christmas – Red

This MS Word newsletter template for Christmas is designed to make your Christmas letter writing easy! Simply open the document in Microsoft Word (version 97 or newer) and edit it like you’d edit any Word document. The three-column design includes places to include your own family photos, quick highlights from your year and longer sections of text. The template includes two pages, so you can choose whether to use one or both pages. It’s easy to modify and includes instructions right in the template that explain how to replace the text and photos with your own. Give your family Christmas letter some new life with this easy-to-modify Word template!

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Price: $3.49

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  2 comments for “MS Word Newsletter Template for Christmas – Red

  1. August 2, 2009 at 4:58 pm

    Any chance you can design a letter where the body of the letter is a Christmas Tree? B

  2. August 7, 2009 at 11:42 pm

    That’s a tricky one. I’ve tried to think of a way to do it as a template, but I haven’t figured it out yet. However, I can give you a way to do it yourself. It’s a bit of a hack, but will work.

    The first thing you need to do is set the alignment on your word processing software to center. Then think of your word processor as an old typewriter with a manual return. (For those of you too young to remember typewriters, when you got to the end of the line you were typing, you actually had to stop typing and hit a lever to make the typewriter go to the next line. Those were the days!) Now that you’re in the correct frame of mind, start typing. Start with a short word on the first line and then add a hard return (i.e., hit Enter) to go to the next line. Make the second line a little bit longer than the first and hit Enter again. Make every line or two a little longer than the previous one until you’ve created a nice tree shape. This Christmas tree design was created that way.

    It may be easier to write the entire letter and then add the hard returns after you’re done, rather than try to type and design at the same time, but it’s up to you. Either way will work with a little effort. Have fun!

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