English (British)

*All Tracts updated, August 2022! We redesigned our tracts for easier cutting and folding. Our A4/210 x 297 mm size tracts (International Standard) are now available.

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AVAILABLE TRACTS 

Click on the title of a tract to download it. See Cutting and Folding Guide below and Printing Guide here)

"My Money, My Life"! - Coloured (8.5 x 11 ins)

"My Money, My Life"! - Coloured (A4/210 x 297 mm)

"My Money, My Life"! - Non Coloured (8.5 x 11 ins)

"My Money, My Life"! - Non-Coloured (A4/210 x 297 mm)

Break Free!  - Coloured (8.5 x 11 ins)

Break Free! - Coloured (A4/210 x 297 mm)

CUTTING AND FOLDING GUIDE

PRINTING:  Our tracts are designed to be printed on both sides of a letter size (8.5 x 11 inches) paper or international standard A4 size (210 x 297 mm) paper - two tracts per sheet.  We recommend that you use glossy or 100 GSM paper for durability. Print coloured tracts on white paper, and non-coloured ones on coloured paper. It is important to follow the steps in our Printing Guide to print these tracts.

CUTTING:  Once you have printed the number of sheets you need, cut them into two equal halves (along the horizontal line). No trimming is required on the edges. Tip: Cut the sheets with a pair of scissors (single sheets only), a paper cutter (highly recommended), or pay a local printer to cut them for you. 

FOLDING:  For the wallet-size tracts (4 panels), use the page numbers as a guide for folding, ensuring that the title page is on the front of the tract. For all other tracts (3 panels), fold each tract, so that the title page is the front page, and the page with the logo is the middle page at the back. Your folded tracts should look just like the ones below. You can do it!

Three Panels

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Four Panels

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