Beautiful Journals & Printables To Resell as Your Own - Commercial Use
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Patsy Pankey says
Can you change the size of the template and make it smaller for a no-bleed journal or planner? In Powerpoint you can click on the background and it puts the box around it. You can then grab a corner and resize to fit a no-bleed template. Can I do that with the templates that PP supplies? Thanks, Patsy Pankey
Sue Fleckenstein says
Yes you can go in and resize the pages/slides in PowerPoint. Just go to Design – Slide Size – Custom and add in your size.
Carol Walden says
Hi Sue, where do you (or suggest I) put the attribution for the author of those ‘Powered Template’ resources.
Enjoying the course, thank you!
Hi Carol, you can put that either at the end of the planner if you are adding an About you type of page or resources. Or even in the beginning if you have an intro page or some people like to add a dedication or appreciation for help on the project.
Glad you are enjoying the course, thanks.
sylke wagner says
I tried a free template from the site you suggested, but other then the text nothing is editable.
1 is that correct or do I do something wrong?
2 how about the paid version, also not editable?
love the templates layouts but would like to be able to swap pictures
I am enjoying your course and had no idea PowerPoint would be so versatile and relatively easy to use. (compared to adobe photoshop and illustrator)
Those templates are more for personal use so while you can add text to them you cannot change the look of them as in changing colors or swapping out images. You could use them as ideas for when you create your own templates from scratch. Glad you are enjoying the course so far and I love the versatility of PowerPoint, you can do so much more than just create slide presentations.
Larissa Russell says
So, I can open the templates you provided and change those, but can I add one of the pages from your template to my already started journal? I’m just trying to get clear on how it all works. Thanks
Yes you can change up those templates and then add them into your other template, my only stipulation is that you do not give or sell any of the source documents which means the PowerPoint files.
thanks and enjoy.
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