How many are you talking about? I'm not sure how complicated your
badges are but you could scan one and make a pretty official looking
template by tracing over it in any page layout program you have at
school (even a drawing in Appleworks perhaps), take a quick digital
snapshot, pop in the picture, print it on a photo quality inkjet on
index paper (any heavy gloss or matte photo paper too) and then
laminate it with you standard laminator.
Mount Holly School
On Feb 3, 2005, at 11:12 AM, Roger Crowley wrote:
> FileMaker Pro has some good templates for badges. You should be able
> customize one that will be similar to the photo company ID. What do
> they use?
> Roger Crowley
> Montpelier, VT
> On Feb 3, 2005, at 10:49 AM, Bryan Thompson wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I believe this has been discussed before but I'm going to ask anyway.
>> Mac-Lean Stevens creates our school ID badges for us after our
>> are taken in the beginning of the year. When we have new staff during
>> the year however, we give temporary ID's that do not look very
>> authentic and have no picture. I'm looking for a solution for this.
>> anyone recommend software, laminating machine, paper, etc. to do this
>> process? Software for Macintosh would be the best.
>> Bryan Thompson
>> Technology Coordinator
>> Winooski School District
>> Winooski, VT 05404