Note: Copy and paste the title seperately from the body content, i.e. the first page.
i. If you need to make certain words as small, select the words.
ii. Go to Add-Ins ► Pecha ► Yigchung Style.
Go to the option Add-Ins ► Pecha ► Move Text
These pecha templates use the header and footer features of Word to define the pecha borders. Word allows separate header and footer definitions only for the first, odd, and even pages of a section. As the border and margins used on the first few folios of pecha is normally different than those used on the succeeding folios, we need to move some of the text to a new section to get the proper borders and margins. The pecha templates contain a macro to automatically accomplish this task.
Note: This macro should only be run after you have formatted Yigchung – especially for the first few folios – as this formatting will affect the amount of text that can fit on a page or folio.
a. Go to the option Add-Ins ► Pecha and click on Insert Rinchen Pung Shey
b. You will see three types of Rinchen Pung Shey available for Pecha as shown below:
c. Select any Dots as per your requirement and then click OK.
f. Once its complete, the Rinchen Pung Shey will be applied as per the pecha rules.
a. After the above formatting is completed, you can justify your document by clicking on Justify from the toolbar option under Home.
To insert a short title in the left margin, go to Insert ► Header ► Edit Header.
Type any title on 2nd and 4th pages.
Once the title on 2nd and 4th pages are typed, same title will be updated on rest of the even pages.
Note: Titles on every even page should be same. Therefore, enter same title on 2nd and 4th pages.
Once you have inserted the title, close the header and footer.
You can insert page numbers by clicking on Add-Ins ►Pecha ►Insert Folio Numbers
You will be prompted with an alert message.
Once the page numbers are inserted, save your file to any location you wish to.