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Design Raffle Tickets and print to your own printer
Click Start RafflePrinter to download and start the program.
Add text and images to Ticket Templates to create and save a Print File. Open the Print File to view and print tickets on your printer.
Pages are assembled from the printer in correct sequence for stapling, perforating and separating into books.
4 tickets are printed per page, with 4 covers every 11th page (if 10 tickets per book)
See Printing Tickets for more printing help.
Once printed, separate pages into books (11 pages each), staple the ends on the mark, use a sewing machine (no thread!) to perforate the stub line, and use a guillotine (or scissors) to cut the horizontal lines for books.
Try printing demo cover and ticket pages to get an idea of the total time it will take to print all tickets. Keeping images and cover backgrounds to a minimum will speed printing and conserve ink and toner cartridges.
Open this Demo Print File to see the format.
To add images to ticket or cover templates, right click the ticket template, choose Add Image and select an image from your computer. Or right click an image on a web page (that you have permission to use), choose Copy then right click in the ticket designer and select Paste Image. Drag, flip, mirror and rotate images by right clicking and selecting from the Menu.
Roll your Mouse-wheel to Re-Size the image or text.
Right click Add Text to enter text. Re-Size with Mouse-wheel.
Move the slider under the stub~ticket line to move the line, adjusting the stub and ticket widths. Backgrounds will stretch to fit adjusted ticket width. Click 'Reset' to reset to original width.
If the pages exit your printer upside down, (some laser printers do, while inkjets print face up) select Printer Prints Face Down in the Printing dialog, to correctly sequence the pages as they exit the printer.
If you're using Windows 10 and the print file (.XPS) won't open, you'll need to re-install the XPS Viewer app.
With Windows 10, you can convert the XPS Print File to PDF. Open the XPS file, choose Print from the File Menu, then choose Windows Print to PDF as the Select Printer option.
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