I would like to get (for free or for pay) a bencher in Hebrew and English, similar to Artscroll, one side Hebrew and one side English in pdf format that I can open on a Mac or a PC and do some changes. Any leads will be appreciated.

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    Ruth Cohen, Welcome to Mi Yodeya, and thanks very much for bringing your question here! I hope you get helpful answers, and that you stick around and find other information of interest. See you around! – Isaac Moses Dec 3 '18 at 20:27
  • Hi Ruth! It looks, based on this comment, like you want to download or buy a bencher file, add a nice border, and print off lots of copies. Am I correct? – unforgettableidSupportsMonica Dec 4 '18 at 23:21
  • That's exactly what I am trying to achieve. Any leads? – Ruth Cohen Dec 6 '18 at 19:21

Click here for a bencher made by Aish HaTorah.

It’s pretty well done, and, while it's a PDF, it's pretty easy to cut and paste into a Word document. The text is provided in Hebrew and English along with transliteration (classic Ashkenazi pronunciation).

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Sefaria provides a free Hebrew and English text of benching here, following the most common Ashkenazic custom. It's not formatted for printing, but it can be copied and pasted into a custom document.

Chabad has a formatted Hebrew/English bencher PDF here, following the Chabad custom. As a PDF, it's not readily editable.1

1. Hat-tip to Salmononius2 for providing this link in a comment.

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  • This is amazing Isaac, exactly what I am looking for except I need it in pdf. format or word, all I would do is add a nice border to it, but I must have the file in computer format. I am willing to pay. – Ruth Cohen Dec 3 '18 at 21:29
  • I also was going to mention the Chabad bentcher. Note it's the same bentcher Kehot sells. – ezra Dec 4 '18 at 15:38

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