How to make a recall card
Choose from one of the templates below. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3.
- Select the template of your choice.
- Fill in requested information.
- Click “Create PDF”, preview and download your PDF ad.
(To view and use the files, you will need the free Acrobat Reader, which you can easily download.)
What if the recall card I want is a different size?
Your print vendor can resize the recall card to your specific needs if necessary. Pick the format that is closest to what you need and call your print vendor for more information.
How do I get my recall card to the printer?
- Create your PDF recall card.
- Download the PDF recall card to your desktop.
- Contact your printer for their specific delivery information. The most common methods for delivery are:
- Email – attach the PDF file to your email and send to the printer.
- FTP – upload your PDF file your printers FTP site.
- Mail – put the PDF on a CD and mailing the CD the printers address.
- To make changes to your recall card from the preview window, click the back button twice on your browser window and fill out the form again.
- To save the recall card out of the preview window, click on the “Save A Copy” button. This button looks like a blue floppy disk and is the first button in the toolbar starting at the left.
- To go back to the previous page, click the back button once on your browser window.
There are two ways you can download your recall card:
- Click on the Download link. A dialog box will open and ask you if you want to open or save this file. Choose save and save the file to your computer’s desktop.
- Right click on the link “download” and choose Save Target As. Save the file to your computer’s desktop.
What is a PDF file?
Portable Document Format. PDF is the de facto standard for the secure and reliable distribution and exchange of electronic documents and forms around the world, with a ten-year track record. PDF is a universal file format that preserves the fonts, images, graphics, and layout of any source document, regardless of the application and platform used to create it. Adobe PDF files are compact and complete, and can be shared, viewed, and printed by anyone with free Adobe Reader software.