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Answered By: Sara Stambaugh, Digital Services Librarian
Last Updated: Nov 29, 2016     Views: 256837

Note: some people are reporting that they can no longer find the flashcard template we are recommending. If this is you, we've created two re-useable documents you can simply download and save as your own for flashcard creation. One has five flashcards per page (business card size) and one has one flashcard per page. See the bottom of this answer for those templates.


To make a set of flashcards in Microsoft 13's Word, select New and then type in flash card in the search box.

  • You will see a variety of flashcard templates to choose from (vocabularly, addition, multiplication).
  • To make more advanced/home made flashcards, search for "Pocket Reference" cards. 

To make a flashcard in Microsoft 7's Word, you should click on "file" then "new" and then you will see a selection of templates to choose from. 

Use the search bar at the right/center to type in flashcards, and you will get a selection of flash cards to choose from (see images below).

If you do not see a nice selection of flashcards, Download Flash Card templates from Microsoft’s online gallery. We recommend "Pocket" reference cards because you can control the information on both sides of the cards. The icon looks like the one below:

 

 


Once you have a selection of Flashcard templates to choose from, simply pick one and fill them in as you like!

 

To make flash cards in our Online Tutoring Service (Brainfuse), see http://rasmussen.libanswers.com/faq/32517