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Author Topic: Ways to Produce Party Invitation Maps
evgeniy.dm-
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Post Ways to Produce Party Invitation Maps
on: 5 June 2017, 16:55

Having a party and wish to include a map in your invitations to assist ensure your guests arrive on time and securely? While GPS (International Positioning System) systems and online websites like Yahoo! Maps, Google Maps, and MapQuest make receiving from point A to point B a breeze, including a stylish, uncluttered map not just provides a valued convenience, however is also a best compliment to your invites. They can be custom bought or you can make them yourself <a href=http://www.videokeeping.com/uprofile.php?UID=1421267>http://www.videokeeping.com/uprofile.php?UID=1421267</a>

Here is one method for producing your very own map for 2 places such as a wedding and reception:

With the addresses of the wedding event and reception, go to Yahoo! Maps and enter the ceremony address as point A and the reception address as point B.
Click Go. Make certain your map is centered the method you desire it.
Click Printable Variation.
Click Map Only in the brand-new open window.
Right click the map and click save photo as. Save the map to your computer.
Open PowerPoint and clear out a slide to work on.
Go to Place > photo > from File and pick the map you saved.
Trace the essential parts of the map you want on your map. On the bottom toolbar, click on AutoShapes > Lines > Freeform. Now you have your tracing tool. Change the thickness of the line by clicking on the icon Line Style (the icon with the lines with different densities). A two-and-one-quarter-point line works well. Start at the edge of the map summary and trace the summary of the map up until you need to curve then click your mouse. Continue to trace until you need to curve once again then click the mouse. You can click as often times as needed for a more accurate trace.
Trace important streets utilizing the exact same Freeform line and a somewhat thinner point Line Style (1 point for significant streets and three-quarter point for smaller sized streets).
When you're done, erase the initial map image by clicking on it and pressing the erase secret.
You can change colors by clicking Font Color. Include shapes by utilizing AutoShapes and text by using the text box. You can likewise add clip art by going to Insert > Image > Clip Art.
For a location map of the celebration area, attempt this approach:

Go to Google Maps.
Type the address of the celebration place.
Click Map.
To increase the size of the map so that it fills your computer system screen press the F11 key.
Use the + or - option to zoom in or out.
Simultaneously push the Ctrl (control) and Print Screen secrets, then Copy and Paste into a Word document.
Using the Crop tool, crop in on the map.
Print the map and trace the key parts you want with a Sharpie.
Scan the map and make it a layer in Adobe Photoshop.
Trace and color whatever portion you want colored in another layer and erase the first layer.
Print on white skin, card stock, theme-coordinating paper, or collaborating colored paper that's at least one 4th inch larger on all 4 sides. Include additional style using craft scissors or decorative corner punches.
For those who are less technical, here's a quick and simple way:

Go to Google Maps.
Type the address of the celebration place.
Click on Map.
To expand the map so that it fills your computer screen press the F11 secret.
Use the + or - choice to focus or out.
Simultaneously press the Ctrl (control) and Print Screen keys, then Copy and Paste into a Word document.
Using the Crop tool, crop in on the map.
Right click the map and click on save photo as. Save the map to your computer.
Open PowerPoint or your desktop publishing program
Go to Place > photo > from File (the picture being the map you conserved).
Add a text box and type directions or any other details.
Print on white vellum, card stock, theme-coordinating paper, or coordinating colored paper that's at least one quarter inch larger on all four sides. Add additional flair using craft scissors or decorative corner punches.
For those who prefer to cut and paste, here is the least technical method:

Go to MapQuest.com.
Type the address of the celebration area.
Click Get a Map.
Use the + or -slide bar on the left side of the map to zoom in or out.
Click Print
Eliminate the part of the map you need and tape it to a blank sheet of paper for making copies.
Cut out your copied maps and affix them to white vellum, card stock, theme-coordinating paper, or coordinating colored paper that's at least one quarter inch larger on all 4 sides. Include extra style utilizing craft scissors or ornamental corner punches.
If you didn't consist of the instructions to your party in a text box on your map, type them out and print them on white vellum, card stock, theme-coordinating paper, or coordinating colored paper. Here, too, you can include extra style using craft scissors or ornamental corner punches.

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