How to Convert Word Document to Upload-Ready File for Printing

Do you have a cookbook already typed up in Word that you'd like for us to print? We've got you covered! Check out the tutorial below for a step-by-step guide on resizing your contents to properly match our file requirements.

Files ready to go? Upload here.

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    MaryJane Densmore

    i am unable to follow your video. when i open my blank word document there are no categories you mention to click on. Might i have a different version of Word?

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    Hi MaryJane! It is possible you are using a different version of Word. Double check that you have the most recent version.

    If you have a Mac, open Word, go to Word menu, and click About Word. In the dialog box that opens, the version will either appear in the middle (Mac 2016), or on the top left corner (Mac 2011).

    If you have Windows, open a Word document, choose File from the top left corner, and then click either Account or Help on the left nav bar. You'll see your Office version and information under Product information, on the right side of the window.

    Either way, you will need the latest version of Word to follow this tutorial.