Source of InDesign postcard templates?

Subject: Source of InDesign postcard templates?
From: "Sandra Carden, Carden Works, LLC" <src -at- cardenworks -dot- com>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 04 Mar 2009 15:22:21 -0500

I turn to you who have so many talents.

I am creating a postcard to send to potential clients for my technical
editing business. I have it (almost) completed as a Microsoft Word
table, which has helped me to see what content I want where. However,
I am not experienced with InDesign (mine is part of CS2), so I haven't
been able to create it from scratch in InDesign. I've also tried using
the InDesign postcard template that came with CS2, but I don't
understand how to use/change/delete elements of it.

So now I'm thinking that maybe there are a whole bunch of postcard
templates available from which I could choose and finally put my
postcard together. I hope to get it to the printer this week.

I am not going to even think about how much time I have spent on this.
It's easier to find someone who can do a big project than a little one!

Ideas, suggestions, sources are all welcome.


Sandra Carden src -at- cardenworks -dot- com
Technical editing for energy, power, and research companies


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