K4VD wrote:Here's my second try. I changed fonts a little and added dates. I haven't figured a good way (or have a good picture) of a straight key to add. Does anyone have a good graphic - maybe 300 dpi?
N1RX wrote:The latest version of the certificate with the odified fonts and the red KH6 and KL7 endorsements looks great!. I checked out Derw's grey-scale Logo addition, and adds a nice touch. I think including the club logo in one form or another is a good idea.
I have a very nice 6 color HP printer that does a fine job. I'd be glad to do the printing of the final certs, if you need a volunteer for that.
K4VD wrote: What's "odified"? I hope it is a good thing.
I didn't even notice the logo on Drew's design. It looks real nice. For some reason I was thinking of trying to incorporate a picture of a straight key into the design but the normal SKCC logo looks much better. I'll give that a shot.
Great on your printer. I think I might buy certificate paper with the border already on it. I like the light brown parchment look. If I get paper like that, do you think a regular office Laser Jet (B&W) would do the trick for the rest? That would mean that the endorsements would be black also. If that would take away from the appearance, then I'd sure like to take you up on your offer and try it out.
N1RX wrote: But, a little bit of color can really enhance a document. Having the endorsements and scrollwork in color, and perhaps the SKCC logo in a lighter shade of its original colors (i.e. gray/lt blue) could really dress it up, without being overpowering.
K4VD wrote:I can burn CDs or DVDs. A perfect solution. I also have an FTP server for the inevitable stragglers.
Thanks for the help. This is a huge burden you've taken from me.
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