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jkm0644
28 Dec 2014
06:13:38pm
I think it would be good to have a 5x4 template for the taller than average commemorative issues.
Perhaps even a 5x3 would not be very tall ones.
Just an idea.....
Jim
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28 Dec 2014
06:37:37pm
re: New template for Approvals

There is so much creativity and graphic ability among our members, I am very surprised that, in the year since the approvals began, no one has published a DIY template or two. We are not talking rocket science here (although I do believe we have more than one physicist in our midst). If nothing else, a ruler, pencil and paper will work very nicely - then the creator can scan it and publish it for the benefit of all.

Just a stray thought...

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28 Dec 2014
06:49:52pm
re: New template for Approvals

If you can clarify more of what you would like to see, I'd be happy to put together several templates for consideration. It's easy enough to be done. I presume you mean to print off and mount the stamps?

Any clarification and I'll be happy to see what I can do.

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28 Dec 2014
07:01:39pm
re: New template for Approvals

No need Kelly and Bobby. This has all been done. The approval page templates have been around since the inception of the approvals. Just a few months ago I added a couple of more layouts. The (columns x rows) 5x5, 4x5, 4x4 all accommodate commemorative stamps that are taller than wide. There are even 3x4 and 4x4 for those large format Hungarian etc. painting stamps.

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jkm0644
28 Dec 2014
08:54:01pm
re: New template for Approvals

Kelly,
Being able to create is nice but what software is recommended or what works? I've never tried but yet might be able to learn how!
Bobby,
The pencil idea would work for to me since I use mine just to scan on. Just takes a little time to draw it. I guess I'm lazier than I should be.
Arno,
The 4x4 works fine. Perhaps I'm just trying to put too many on a page!

All is good!
Jim

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28 Dec 2014
09:06:21pm
re: New template for Approvals

I personally don't use templates but I do a lot of editing (such as the Rambler) and tend to simply use Word to create my tables and you can easily add numbers into the corners of the cells using a text box. Quite simple actually.

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29 Dec 2014
01:32:23am
re: New template for Approvals

Let's not get carried away with making the templates too attractive. Buyers might balk at breaking up the page.

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