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Process from MS Publisher to VistaPrint1. Create your publication in MS Publisher2. Go to www.vistaprint.com **Ignore (recommended)3. Find item you want and get the “full-bleed”measurements- item upload help file size, record size4. Go back to your MS Publisher publication5. Change the “Page Size” to the “full-bleed”measurements6. Stretch your background color-no important objectsclose to the edge7. Save your publication (each side separately) as a 300dpi PNG
8. Upload each page to www.vistaprint.com and proceed
VistaPrint 1. Create your publication in MS Publisher 2. Go to www.vistaprint.com **Ignore (recommended) 3. Find item you want and get the “full-bleed” measurements-item upload help file size, record size 4. Go back to your MS Publisher publication 5. Change the “Page Size” to the “full-bleed” measurements 6.
To use a template in MS Publisher: 1 Click on File > New. 2 Then, you can either: 2.1 Select one of the Featured templates, and click Create. 2.2 Choose Built-in and scroll to select a category and choose a template, and click on Create to use it. 2.3 Use the Search functionality for online templates to find the kind of template that you need.
A MS Publisher file, created on the PC. This is the original file and can be edited to personalize it for your church. The files are in standard sizes and can be used for a variety of print needs: inserts, flyers, postcards, whatever is useful for your church.
Click on "File" and select "Save." Type a name for your document in the "Save As" dialog box. Specify the location to which you want your document saved. Otherwise, Publisher will save your file to the default working folder. Click on "Save." Your document will now be saved.  Click on "File" and select "Print."
That's one of benefits of the Templates being in MS Publisher or completely done for you in other programs. This is so much easier than expecting a volunteer to learn to use Photoshop, InDesign, or Illustrator. I don't think church communications expertise should be an ivory tower spiritual skill for the overworked church staff only.