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FAQ 2017-11-25T19:35:12+00:00

Frequently-Asked Questions

How to edit the template? 2017-11-25T18:39:36+00:00

Step 1. Unzip the file after downloading.

Step 2. Install the fonts using the download links that can be found in the readme.txt file. However, you may use your own fonts if you like.

Step 3. Edit the wordings of the text fields with your personal information. The files come with dummy content.

Step 4. Save the file.

Step 5. Print on your home printer or send the file to a local print shop. When printing, make sure that the design is set to “Actual Size” or “No Scaling” and not “Fit to Page” to keep the dimensions correct. Perform a trial test first before you proceed with mass printing.

Step 6. Trim along indicated cut marks.

How long will my order take? 2017-11-25T18:39:25+00:00

It will depend on your payment mode.

If you chose to pay via PayPal, you will receive an email with the download link right after the payment confirmation.

If you chose to pay via bank deposit, you will receive an email with payment instructions including the bank account details where you can send the payment. After you deposit the payment, kindly send us an email writing your name, order number and the copy of the payment transaction so we can check with the bank and link the deposit to your order. After we confirm with the bank, we will process your order and you shall receive an email with your download link.

Keep an eye out for the email containing the download link. If you didn’t receive any, kindly check your spam folder or kindly email us at inquire@templatesandvectors.com.

What devices and app/software can I edit these on? 2017-11-25T23:12:19+00:00

Please note that you will need a computer to edit your templates, not a tablet or mobile device.
If you purchased the template in .DOCX format, you will need to have Microsoft Word software installed in your computer.
If you purchased a template in .PSD format, you will need to have Adobe Photoshop software installed in your computer.

Why is the color different? 2017-11-25T18:39:59+00:00

Colors vary between monitors & printers. Print color also depends on your print settings. Usually things will print darker than what you see on your screen. It is highly recommended that you perform a test print first before proceeding to mass printing.