A flyer is used to promote special events, new businesses, or properties for sale. It's better to type your flyer than to hand-write it if you're creating a professional, legible flyer. You should use a larger font that's easy to read from afar and keep your words brief, but catchy. By incorporating colours, graphics and special fonts, you can make your flyer stand out even more. You can create your promotional piece by using desktop publishing software or you can create a free flyer online, then print the copies you need.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Go to http://www.domesticsale.com/signs to create a free advertising flyer.
Enter your title. Choose a font for your title or click on the green question mark to see what the fonts look like. Click on one of the choices by "Title colour" to pick your title's colour.
Add graphics to your flyer by clicking on "Browse." DomesticSale.com recommends a photo no smaller than 640x480 pixels. You may upload a JPG, JPEG, PNG, BMP or GIF file. Place a checkmark by "I have no photo" if you'd prefer not to add graphics.
Choose your flyer's text attributes (colour and text size) and type in your text.
Click on "Preview" to check how the promotional piece looks. You will see an image of your flyer on the right side.
Choose "Print" when everything looks all right. You will be redirected to a new window. Select the printer icon on your web browser or click on "File" then "Print." Enter the number of copies you'd like to print, then press "OK."
Creating a Simple Flyer
Go to http://www.domesticsale.com/signs/board-ad.html or click on the "Board Ads" link (from the previous section).
Add your title text, font and colour for your flyer, then upload a photo of your choice.
Choose your text attributes and type in your contact information for the tear-outs on your flyer.
Insert the main text for your flyer under "Text" and preview your work. To print your flyer, follow Step 6 in Section 1.
Creating a Flyer with Tear-Outs
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