scouts-l Mail Archive for August of 2000: Re: Scouting business card source
Anthony Mako (ajmako@NLS.NET
Thu Aug 17 2000 - 09:58:36 CDT
You already have half of what you need to make business cards on your own.
If you have an inkjet or laser printer, you have two thirds what you need.
All you need beyond the hardware is a word processing program capable od
designing business cards (MS Word, WordPerfect, MS Publisher, MS Works, and
many others have this capability), the appropriate clip art (available on
several web sites), and the card stock paper to print the cards on
(available at any business supply store like OfficeMax).
Printing your own cards is more cost effective than having the cards printed
professionally. You can control the number of cards printed. You can print
cards specifically for certain occasions (such as Training staff cards for
training events, Wood Badge cards for promoting Wood Badge, unit cards for
networking with other unit leaders, and even merit badge counselor cards for
promoting the merit badges you counsel). If any of your information changes,
you can print new cards without having to destroy a huge number of cards.
A. J. Mako, Scoutmaster, email@example.com
Old Portage District, Great Trail Council