How to Print on a Circle-Shaped Paper

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Printing on circle-shaped paper will instantly make your invitations or posters look more unique. You can either print a picture, then cut the paper into a circle, or cut a circle then print onto it. Printing on a circle is no more difficult than printing on any other type of paper, and will make your work look more advanced. Use Windows' Paint program to print on circle-shaped paper.

  • Open Microsoft Paint. Select the circle drawing tool from the Ribbon. Draw a circle by holding the "Shift" key down, then clicking and dragging. If the circle-shaped paper is the diameter of a standard piece of paper, draw a circle that spreads across the whole page. When you are happy with the size of the circle, release the mouse button.

  • Click on the "A" button in the Ribbon. A text cursor will appear. Click and drag inside the circle to create a text box. Change the text's font, size and color in the Ribbon.

  • Type whatever text you wish inside the circle. Add graphics from the "Shapes" section of the "Home" ribbon. Leave a small gap between the content and the edge of the circle. When you have finished, save the document by pressing "Ctrl" and "S" at the same time. Choose a name and click "OK."

  • Press "Ctrl" and "P" and click "Print" to print your design. When Paint has finished printing, cut the paper along the line into a circle, if needed.

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