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Easy Solution for Controlled Tickets using Microsoft Word

By: Elena Grace Flores

Microsoft Office Word 2007
Microsoft Office Word 2007 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Printing tickets can be a waste of money – when you do not have the right one. So, experimental events needing these pieces of documentations should have a temporary but presentable solution while testing the process. I recently found out that you can do it easily using Microsoft Word. Read this:

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1. Open Microsoft Word, click the ‘Start’ button and choose the ‘New’ command. Scroll all the way to the bottom of the template categories and select ‘More Categories.’ In the main window, click on ‘Tickets.’ Select the raffle ticket from the top row of templates that most closely matches the type of raffle ticket you want to make, then click on it to load the template into Word.

Basically, this simple artwork just needs a little bit of creativity – and when combined with the event and legal details, they can already be printed with control numbers in them. You can make parking, entrance, raffle or even concert tickets using Microsoft Word if you do not have that much volume yet.

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