How to Make Flashcards on Word

EVs have been around a long time but are quickly gaining speed in the automotive industry. Learn how the long-coming and inevitable shift to electric impacts you.

Whether you want to build your own home theater or just learn more about TVs, displays, projectors, and more, we've got you covered. Children's Diy Toys

How to Make Flashcards on Word

Get tech's top stories in 30 seconds:

Use a template to make printable flash cards

This article explains how to make flashcards using Microsoft Word by changing the size of the document. It also contains information on making index cards using the envelope and label print settings. The instructions in this article apply to Microsoft Word 2019, Microsoft 365, and Word 2016.

Flashcards are a wonderful learning tool both for children and adults, but writing each one by hand can be time consuming. With Microsoft Word you can make your own flashcards and print them out ready to use.

While older versions of Microsoft Word had simple flashcard or index card templates, it seems those templates were no longer available as of Word 2016. No need to fret because making flashcards on Word is still easy to do, and you can save your flashcards as a template as well. 

Open Microsoft Word and select a new blank document.

Click Layout Tab, this is going to allow you to resize the page into a more proper flashcard size.

Under Layout > Orientation, select Landscape.

In Layout > Size, select 4”x 6” size. This will give you the perfect size for printable flashcards. 

Type out what you want the card to say and press Ctrl+Enter to create a new card. This is where you write the response for the first card if necessary or create a new card. 

Also, remember you can go to the Design tab and add a theme, colors, and effects to the flashcards if you need them to stand out a bit or make them colorful.

This is also a great tool for teachers to create flashcards for their students without having to spend their already limited amount of time and resources making them.

Another easy way to make index cards is by using the envelopes and labels printing settings in Microsoft Word 2016. Here’s what you need to do:

Start with a blank document in Word and go to the Mailings tab.

 Select the Labels option in the top left of the Mailings tab.

A window will open up, click the Labels tab, and select the Options button.

Now select Index Cards from the menu. To the right of the selection, you will see the measurements for the index card. 

Now that you are done creating the cards, it’s time to have them all printed out. If you have the style of flashcards where you need one side with a question or statement and the opposite side to have the answer, then you will want to turn on double-sided printing. If you just need to have the information or image printed on one side of the card, then make sure you have double-sided printing turned off. 

Go to File > Print. Now just choose the size you selected for the cards: 3.5 x 5 or 4x6. You might want to select Narrow Margins for the flash cards.

Even though the steps to create flashcards are simple to follow, it will make life easier if you just save this file as a template. This way, you can always jump right into the formatted document and just insert the new information you need for the new index cards.

To insert a signature in Word, scan and insert a signature image into a new Word document and type your information beneath it. Select the signature block and go to Insert > Quick Parts > Save Selection to Quick Part Gallery. Name the signature. Select AutoText > OK.

To delete a page in Microsoft Word, select View, then go to the Show menu and select Navigation Pane. In the left pane, choose the page you want to delete and press the delete/backspace key.

To check the word count in Microsoft Word, look at what's displayed in the Status Bar at the bottom of the screen. If you don’t see the number of words, right-click the Status Bar and choose Word Count.

Get the Latest Tech News Delivered Every Day

Hit Refresh on Your Tech News

How to Make Flashcards on Word

China Dough Toy Suppliers By clicking “Accept All Cookies”, you agree to the storing of cookies on your device to enhance site navigation, analyze site usage, and assist in our marketing efforts.