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How to make a voucher template

Updated February 21, 2017

To create a service or product voucher for your customers or clients, make a template in Microsoft Word. By saving the template as a Word document, you can return to it, tweak it and print it each time you need a new voucher. For design inspiration, look at websites that show various kinds of free vouchers, such as Voucher Templates, Marketing Help for Coaches, Unique Vouchers, and Microsoft Office's voucher template site.

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  1. Open a new Microsoft Word document. Click the "Office Button" on the top left corner of your toolbar. Then click "New."

  2. Scroll through the template library until you see "Forms."

  3. Double-click "Forms." Then click "Personal Forms" and "Personal Check Template."

  4. Highlight the header, and press "Delete." Type "VOUCHER."

  5. Type the instructions for the voucher on the next line. An example of this is the following: "This voucher is redeemable for one free car wash. Expiration 12/31/15."

  6. Type the category labels that can be filled out later. Draw from these examples:

  7. Name:

  8. Address:

  9. Phone Number:

  10. Email Address:

  11. Manager's Signature:

  12. Date:

  13. Press the "Office Button" and "Save As." Select the type of document file you would like to save as your template. Type the file name in the box provided on the screen, and press "Save." Print your template by pressing the "Office Button" again and "Print." Press "OK" on the print menu.

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About the Author

Vera Leigh has worked as a professional freelance writer since 2008. Her work has appeared in "Learn Overseas" and "Grad Source" magazines. In addition, she received an honorable mention in "Newsweek's" My Turn contest. She has written features for nonprofits focused on literacy, education, genomics and health. In her spare time, Leigh puts her English major to use by tutoring in grammar and composition.

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