All you need to do is adjust the tickets with our Printer Adjustment Panel. Some printers are limited on how close to the edge of the paper they can print. We have provided an adjustment tool in the software where you can reduce the image to avoid this problem. From the pull down menu at the top of the screen click on "Ticket" and select "Print Adjustment". Printer Adjustment Panel: To make sure that your tickets are printed correctly, the Printer Adjus
You can absolutely print on A4 size paper, you need to adjust the image slightly to make the fit. From the pull down menu at the top of the screen click on "Ticket" and select "Print Adjustment".
You may use any printer or copier that is connected to your system and capable of printing standard letter size paper. You cannot save your raffle tickets and take the file to another location for printing. The .RFT files can only be opened by our Raffle Ticket software so any other location would have to have a copy of Raffle Ticket installed on their system to make it work.
Image Size: In order for your raffle tickets to look their best, inserted ticket image should be between 100x100 and 200x200 pixels. If your image is not the right size, you can use the plus and minus magnifying glasses to make it fit. Note: minimizing your images too many times directly in the Ticket Design window may cause pixilation issues, and a blurry image. There are dozens of free and low cost image editing software available, such as Windows'
File Types: You can insert image file extensions that are either .JPEG, .TIF, .BMP, .GIF or .PNG formats. By default, the software is set to import images that are BMPs. To change the filetype, click on the drop-down menu and select what type of file you wish to import.
Changing The Font Raffle Ticket gives you the freedom to change the font and customize your it to your liking. Just type your raffle ticket information in the large, white text box, and make changes as you please. You control the style, size, alignment, and color.
Key Differences In Ascending And Descending Order Ascending Order This option prints your tickets from the starting number to the ending number, lowest to highest. For example, you pick your starting number as "1" and ending number as "1000," your tickets will print in ascending order "1,2,3,4......1000." Descending Order The Descending Order option prints your tickets in reverse order (from the last ticket number to the first, descending). For examp
Stack Order Style Stack order is used if you want to secure your tickets in a booklet. The program automatically does the math, calculates the placement of the numbers, and prints the pages so that you can staple the booklet pages together, cut them apart into 8 separate books, and each booklet will have consecutive numbers. Stack order prints the first number on page 1, the second number on page 2, and so on. This style is useful for handing out booklet
Single Sheet Order Single sheet order means that your tickets will be printed one after the other, in normal numerical order (e.g. 1, 2, 3, 4, etc.) in column form. With Single Sheet Order, the numbers 1-8 print on the first page, 9-16 on the second page, and so on. This style is useful for handing out tickets to buyers individually on the day of the drawing or event.
Descending Order Error: You may receive a pop-up error if you choose descending order and a starting number of "1," with a total ticket quantity of more than 1 (for example 1000). In order to fix this, the starting number needs to be equal to or greater than the total ticket quantity when you are using descending order.