If you want to start your journey in the kitchen, one thing you should have is a recipe card. Why should a recipe card? Well, if we are not accustomed to cooking, remembering recipes can be difficult. Moreover, you don’t want to cook only one meal, do you? That’s why we need a recipe card. It helps us to find recipes easier. It is also available in various forms. You can put it one in a book or stick it in the refrigerator. So, every time you want to cook something, all you have to do is look at the recipe card.
Do you know that you can make a recipe card only using Microsoft Word? In the new version of Ms. Word 2013, they launch “booklet” into their feature. You can search it easily in the main splash screen search box. However, this template isn’t specifically used to make recipe card. But, you can modify it to make it look like a recipe card. Anyway, to make it easier for you, here we’ve listed step by step how to make recipe cards using Ms. Word. Check it out!
1. Choose the “booklet”
Choose the booklet or in this case, a template, you want to use to make a recipe card.
2. Make a tittle
Your recipe card must have a tittle, right? Such as a recipe for making fried chicken or salad or pizza. So, make a tittle.
3. Design the recipe card
To make it look more interesting, you should also design your recipe card. Fortunately, Ms. Word has design tools in their “booklet” feature.
4. Print it
Last but not least, when your recipe card is ready to launch, let’s go to print it! You can either use a paper or a cardboard. You can also use your printer at home, or you can print it outside seeking a professional to print it.
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Beside that you can make recipe cards using Ms. Word, you can also make recipe cards using blank recipe cards templates. There are some websites that provide blank recipe cards for you. Some free but some paid. Anyway, we recommend you to go to: