We hope you have successfully downloaded and saved our free Christian tracts. If there is any problem however, please send us an e-mail (Tracts1@aol.com) or write us at our mailing address (PO Box 563 Monroe, Ct. 06468). We'll be glad to send you free tracts by mail. Please indicate if you would like them shipped flat so you can duplicate them on any copying machine. Also if you have specific tracts you would like copies of, or specific types of tracts (such as wordless tracts etc.) tell us and we'll send them to you. What we are hoping to do is to arm Christians with good witnessing material that you can print and use on your own computer. Our tracts are not copyright material so please feel free to use them in whatever way the Lord leads you. You may want to edit them--add your name, or the name of your church or organization--please do! How about coloring them!? (We ask that you leave our name and web address on them so others can contact us as you have)

Full printing instructions for folding tracts... these tracts are meant to be printed long ways (landscape) on a piece of 81/2" x 11" piece of paper...

You will get 2 different tracts on 1 piece of paper, and you need to print on both sides of a piece of paper(which can be a problem for some printers--so--you may want to make a master copy and then go to your local print shop and have them run off copies) Once again, experiment and see what works best on your computer. We save the tracts as GIF images, so when you print them the typography will not come out as true-type. One way to get around this would be to scan a tract into your computer and use OCR software to read the typography. Another idea is to copy a tract into a painting program (pixel-based) where you could select and copy the graphics (or erase the text) and retype in your favorite font. Printing Seeds tracts on colored paper can be very eye-catching...as we said, experiment and have fun! After you have printed them, you simply make a cut down the middle to separate the two tracts...

Now, you may want to fold them first and then make one short cut--see what's easiest for you! Actually there is no right or wrong way to fold these tracts. We suggest that you fold it in half--and then back again..but you can also fold them like an accordion. The goal of course, is to fold it so the front cover faces up!


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