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Red River Paper's Pano Inkjet Greeting Cards are a unique way to make high impact custom card creations. You can use this size to share your landscape, wide angle, or tall images with friends, family, customers, and clients.

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FAQ for the Pano Cards

What sort of image works for this size?

You might be surprised, but many photos you take hold interesting landscape or vertical crops if you experiment a bit.

Can I use these cards with my printer?

Yes. Pano cards work execptionally well in Epson and Canon inkjet printers. If you have an HP, you should choose the 53lb. Premium Gloss only.

What is the maximum image size I can fit on the Pano Card?

Landscape orientation - 8.75" wide and 3.75" tall

Portrait orientation - 3.75 " wide and 8.75" tall

Depending on your printer and operating system, this size may be smaller. Borderless printing is not available on custom paper sizes.

How do I feed the Pano Card into my printer?

As with any size, you should feed the shorter side in first. With the Pano Card, the score line will run vertically, or along the paper feed path.

What envelope do I use?

The Pano Cards use a standard #10 business envelope. You can order them here. Red River envelopes are made from high quality 28lb. paper as opposed to standard 20lb. paper used in most envelopes.

How do I prepare an image for the Pano Card?

In Photoshop, access the crop tool by pressing C on your keyboard. The function menu (seen below) will appear along the top of your workspace:

Set the size of your crop in the Width and Height boxes. In the resolution box, leaving this space blank means your image will be resized but not resampled. In short, this means the resolution (ppi) of your photo will change. To keep it fixed, set the resolution to 300, which is suitable for print quality.

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