Create Binder Title Pages with Avery Design & Print

How to create binder title pages using Avery Design & Print

Start your presentation on the right note with a title page for your binder cover. See how easy it is to create binder title pages with Avery Design & Print.

Follow these simple step-by-step instructions on how to create a professional-looking “welcome” for your next presentation with no downloads required.

Step 1: Start Your Binder Title Pages

Go to Avery Design & Print. Click on Create Project by Product Type to get started. Under Product Category, select Binders. Then under Product Number, select 00000 – Binder Cover Inserts. Click Next.

Step 2: Choose a Template

You’ll find a variety of options to choose from. Click on the template you want to use, then click Next.

Step 3: Customize Binder Title Pages

Customize your title pages by replacing the placeholder text with your information. You can also replace the placeholder graphic by importing your own or selecting from our gallery.

Step 4: Format

You can also change the font style, size, color, and alignment of your text.

Step 5: Preview

Review your creation. If you need to add or make any changes, click either Edit Your Content or Change Font and Style. When you’re ready to print, click Next.

Step 6: View Instructions & Print Binder Title Pages

Before you print, we recommend that you click View Instructions. When you’re done, click Print Your Project.

Step 7: Save

After you print, click Next and click the Save Your Project. Your project will be saved in the Avery Design & Print format. This allows you to open and edit the project in the future using Avery Design & Print. If you are renaming the project when saving, be sure to include .avery at the end of the new file name.

2 thoughts on “Create Binder Title Pages with Avery Design & Print”

  1. Could you tell me how to go about printing business cards on my hp printer Envy series I have cards now but am trying to lean what to do to copy my existing business card onto your card sheets

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