good day. i've seen a video in Youtube where they use Corel for layout in making multiple ID Cards. Can someone please help me and give me a step-by-step guide in doing it.
thanks in advance.
You design one card, and in print preview you should use the Imposition tools to duplicate it as many time and position as you please.
In reply to Michael Cervantes:
thanks for the help. but, can we incorporate a database to make printing more easy.
btw, here's the link
In reply to Erwin:
Erwinthanks for the help. but, can we incorporate a database to make printing more easy.
Here's a hi-resolution video for you.
It's also possible to to merge photos onto ID cards as well, using monstermerge. It's a commercial macro that allows you to make catalogs, posters, anything where photos need to be positioned in a design relative to text from a database.
note that in the poster below, some employees have different backgrounds. This can be defined in the database also.
In reply to Jeff Harrison:
thanks a lot Jeff, can i also include the photos and scanned signature in the merge option of Excel?
You can have as many images as you like per ID card (or product in a catalog). The photo and signature would be 2 images per card.
Here is a test I made for you. I'll give you the template and database for this example if you move forward.
Erwinthanks a lot Jeff, can i also include the photos and scanned signature in the merge option of Excel?
You're a very big help Jeff. This is the one im looking for. Can you please send me the database and template.
Thanks in advance and more power to you.
Erwin Can you please send me the database and template.
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