Free professional letterhead design in Word

Looking for a professional letterhead designer? Before hiring any letterhead designer, try our professional letterhead design, you can download this letterhead in 100% customizable Word format. Moreover, you can use this free minimal template as an official headed paper for your organization. All you need is Microsoft Word to edit this template and include your branding.

This professional letterhead format has been designed using native artwork (i.e., vector shapes) available in Microsoft Word. This will allow you to re-adjust everything in the template like changing its colors, layout and logo on the header and the footer.

This can be a perfect template for letter pad in Microsoft Word. Try it, you would find it very easy to make a professional letterhead yourself. For more free letterhead designs in Word, please check our following page:

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Editing this professional letterhead design

You will find a PDF and an editable Word file of this letterhead in the download package. All style elements and fonts are based on minimal letterhead format. You can edit the template in any version of Microsoft Word on both Mac & PC. If you want, you can also modify it using Google Docs, Ms Word is recommended, however.

Our professionally designed letterhead incorporates a flat looking layout to this template. This is still very modifiable for even those who don’t know anything about designing & formatting using Microsoft Word.

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us! Also, have a look at our amazing collection of free Word template ideas below:

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Template features

  • Free corporate letterhead example in Word
  • File format: Microsoft Word, Adobe PDF
  • Paper: US Letter (no bleed)
  • Font used: Calibri
  • Flat design for DIY letterhead making
  • Fully adjustable and customizable
  • Its FREE 🙂

Download professional letterhead format for Word

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