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Old 01-22-2020, 07:31 AM
 
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I'm looking for an easier system for award certificates.

Our school provides us with award certificates and we have to fill out all of the details by hand.

Is there a software program or another system you use that is simple and efficient?


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Iím not sure if this will meet your needs. I print my awards from the Lakeshore Learning site. Itís free and easy to use.
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I designed my certificates in PowerPoint. I print them on certificate or colored paper from Office Depot.
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I also designed mine in Powerpoint. Fairly simple with the text boxes. Then I printed them on paper that had nice borders, color, etc.

If you aren't given a complete package, you might ask whether there is a template # (e.g. for Avery) on the package. That would be much easier than having to be sure that the test boxes are in exactly the right spot.

If you have to play around with design, make a couple of copies of the award certificates, black & white is just fine, so you don't waste the originals printing unusable proof copies.

Anyhow, once it's done, all you have to do is change the name and other variable details--and print.
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I also use PowerPoint. I get free borders and wallpaper from TpT to add some jazz. And thereís my font addiction.


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If you school gives you preprinted, bought certificates look at the bottom and often there is an item number. With a google search you can often find templates so you can type in the name of the kid and whatever other info and print right on the certificate
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This advice is so helpful. Thank you!
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