How to Make Desk Name Plates?

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To make desk name plates you can use Microsoft Word. You can choose to use white or colored paper. You will need to open an 8 1/2 x 11 document and set your top margin to 9 inches and your bottom margin to half an inch. Use 72 point font to make the name dark and make sure that it is centered. You can then print it out and fold the paper in half.
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1. Fold a piece of 4- by 6-inch colored cardstock in half. 2. Draw your child’s name on the front center of the nameplate using brightly colored markers. 3. Outline the name
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One can purchase a desk name plate from many different stores and retailers. Some examples that sell these desk name plates include NameTagCountry and Office Depot.
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As long as it is not a nickname, you should put the name that you are known by on the name plate. If people call you Beth, it would be unprofessional to put Kate on the plate.
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You can order a custom name plate at Office
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Wooden name plates are used in offices on desks and doors and typically engraved with a person's name and title. The plate faces away from the person described ...
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