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Adding Multiple Text Blocks to Event Tickets
Enter your text, using the mouse-wheel to re-size. Left click and drag the text to position.
Select desired font from the Font Selector dropdown.
Click font selector dropdown twice, then with mouse pointer over top font in dropdown, roll your mouse-wheel to display the fonts and select the one you like.
See Layer Overlap Order to make text blocks and images overlap in the desired order.
Click the Color Picker, or slide the Red, Green and Blue sliders to change the text color.
Check the Italic or Bold checkbox for bold or Italic text.
For multiline text, checking the Center checkbox will center the text on each line.
Right click a text block to access Rotate and Opacity menu. To rotate a text block (or image), right click and select a rotation increment, or hold the Right CTRL Key down and roll your mouse wheel. Select desired effect for individual text blocks.
Right click an empty area on the Ticket or Cover and select Save Background to save an image template of the Ticket or Cover. You can reload this template later with Get Background
To print the back side of tickets, uncheck 'Stub' to remove, and slide all 3 color sliders fully to the right, so the ticket number is white on white and not visible. Create a second print file for the backs, and after the ticket fronts have been printed, reverse the pages and reprint using the second 'back' print file.
Be sure to include all relevant Permit and Licensing requirements with the ticket text.
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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