You have to create your personalize information on your own word processor. Align the information on the page to print where you want it on the flyer and run your flyers through the printer a second time to print your personalized info. You will notice that the brochures are 3-fold with a page left empty. Design your own personalized info page to print on that part of the paper and run through printer a second time. I had a Printer print my brochures and it worked just fine.
There are basically two ways. Run the flyers and brochures off and make certain they are dry. Use a program like Microsoft Word or Microsoft Publisher and create your contact info in the middle of a landscape format page. Run the "outside" of the brochure a second time through your printer so your contact info appears in the middle panel on the outside. That panel is purposely left blank for this function. Make sure you run a sample on regular paper and match it up to a brochure to make sure it is printing in the right area.
The second way is to just get some Avery clear labels and apply them to the brochures and flyers.
The center panel of the three-panel brochures is purposely left blank with room for all of your contact information. For brochures in small amounts, it is very easy to simply add a clear Avery label. For larger amounts, you can import brochures, flyers, etc. into Adobe Acrobat, add the, and SAVE the new PDF. Here is a link to an article published by Adobe.
We can format any of the items found in the Factoring 202 Annex for a very small fee (typically $25). You can then order them through Docucopies or any local print shop.