In this tutorial, we will teach you How to Make Tarpapel/Tarp Paper using the easiest and the most efficient procedure. Before we get started, let me give you a brief description of Tarpapel/Tarp Papel/Tarp Paper.
What is Tarpapel/Tarp Papel/Tarp Paper?
Tarpapel, Tarp Papel, or Tarp Paper (from the word “Tarpaulin” a heavy-duty plastic material commonly used in printing, and “Papel” or “Paper” in English) is a low-cost alternative to tarpaulin printing.
Unlike the usual Tarpaulin Printing that requires a large printer, the tarpapel can be made using the common printer in our home, office, or school. As for the paper for printing, you can use your ordinary bond paper. This is the reason why this was called a low-cost alternative.
How to Make Tarpapel/Tarp Paper?
Watch the video tutorial on our Official Youtube Channel.
Time needed: 2 minutes
Here are the steps in making tarpapel using Microsoft excel.
- Run the Microsoft Office Excel and create a blank workbook
To run the program, go to Start > search using the keyword “excel” > and click the program’s icon to run > on the program’s dashboard, click blank workbook.
- Zoom out the worksheet and set your desired paper size
Do this by simply clicking the zoom-out button at the bottom right corner of the screen. Go to the “Page Layout” tab > click “Size” and choose your desired size of paper. After doing this, the paper guidelines will now become visible.
- Customize the pages
On the Page Layout section, you can customize the pages, set the paper orientation, margins, etc.
- Insert the image that you want to use
Go to the “Insert” tab and click “Insert Picture”
- Resize the image to fill your desired number of papers
Click and drag the edge of the image to resize. Note: Make sure to resize it properly to avoid overlapping the other pages that you will not use.
- Check the Print Preview
Go to the “File” tab and click “Print”. Make sure to check every page.
If you’re done, click the “Print” button to start printing.
Tutorial done! Wait for the printed output and use scissors and glue each page to form a tarpapel.
Why Microsoft Excel?
Maybe you are wondering why we use Microsoft Excel when there is a specific program designed for this which is the “Microsoft Publisher”. Here are the reasons why:
- In MS Excel, you can maximize the space and minimize the white spaces on the margins.
- You can also easily calculate the number of papers because of the paper guidelines.
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