Rebecca was born and raised in the Bay Area, where she currently lives. She has a BFA in Design with a Visual Communications emphasis from UC Davis. Her passions include travel, design, pasta, and hanging out with her Beagle, Spud.

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  1. Convert Your Design into a Microsoft Word Letterhead Template

    At the end of a design project, it’s common to hear your client say: “I need this as an editable letterhead template in Microsoft Word.”

    Generally they don’t own or know how to use advanced graphics-editing programs like Adobe Illustrator, InDesign or Photoshop — and it simply doesn’t make sense for them to purchase those expensive programs.

    Microsoft Word is pretty low-tech compared to Illustrator or InDesign; however, that’s what your clients are using and your letterhead design is useless to them if they can’t edit and add content to it. So knowing how to create a Microsoft Word letterhead template is key.