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How to Make Your Own Candy Bar Wrappers on Microsoft Word

Updated March 23, 2017

Whether you are selling candy for a fundraiser, presenting them to guests as a party favour, or offering it as a birthday gift, candy bars are versatile to use for many different events and purposes. You can easily create your own custom chocolate bar wrapper in Microsoft Word. Microsoft has an official website where you can download templates for almost any product or occasion. Downloading a Word template will help you to quickly get started with your own chocolate bar wrappers.

Go to Microsoft's official website for downloading templates for Microsoft Office software from office.microsoft.com.

Scroll down the web page. Go to the "Search for templates by product" section located at the bottom in the centre column.

Enter "chocolate bar" in the "Search" field. Select the "All products" drop-down menu and select "Word". Click the "Go" button.

Browse through the available chocolate bar wrapper templates. Choose a template that has a design and layout that best suits your purposes.

Click the title of the chocolate bar wrapper template you wish to download. Select the "Download" button. Click the "Accept" button to agree to Microsoft's online service agreement. The template will automatically begin downloading to your computer.

Open the downloaded chocolate bar wrapper template in Microsoft Word. Customize the wording, design, layout, colours and fonts to match your needs.

Tip

Check the star ratings on each template to see which one was the most popular with the best feedback.

Things You'll Need

  • Computer
  • Internet access
  • Microsoft Word
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About the Author

Catherine Johnson is a freelance writer and designer. Her writings on computer software, electronics, cooking, digital photography, home office productivity, organization, and online technologies have been published by Demand Studios, eHow, Bright Hub, and Associated Content. She has also produced award-winning graphic design, digital images, and websites since 2003.