What do you get with your letterhead design?
Business Letterhead template Frequently Asked Questions
Why do I need a letterhead?
If you write something on behalf of your company, then you are representing the company. Ensure that your message comes across as official as possible by using a properly designed Letterhead. You could try writing an official letter on napkin. You will still get the message across, but it’s the unintended message that you need to worry about. Make a good impression. Show your reader that you respect your own company.
I cannot seem to edit my header and footer? How would I change it?
Our letterhead designs are done in a graphic design package and then exported as a complete image. We have found this to be the best way to keep the look & feel of the final document the most consistent. If multiple personnel use the letterhead and the header and footer is editable then the odds are high that consistency will be in jeopardy due to accidental changes on the layout. Designing it as a complete image is also for the purpose of pre-printing your letterhead. It also allows us to add non-system font to your designs that come directly from your logo, business card and other design deliverables.
The design elements goes right to the edge of the on screen design, but when I print it there is a white border. Why is that?
In standard design projects, we design an additional ‘bleed’ area around the final size of a document. During printing, the bleed area is trimmed off to give the final trim size. This allows the artwork to effortlessly reach the edge without any white borders. On desktop printing, the prints will almost always have white borders between the artwork and the edge of the page since most desktop printers cannot print right to the border. Newer printers offer borderless printing, but it will still be a while before it will be widely implemented.
I want a different front page to the rest of the letterhead. Can you provide that option?
Yes, we can design a cover for your document and will then make the second page onwards use the standard letterhead layout. This will be at an extra cost. We can also add a Table Of Contents page on request.