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Hi. We have recently had staff photographs taken by a company to enable us to make up a staff ID board.

I have searched through all my supply catalogues, ebay, internet etc but just cant come up with anything suitable.

I need a 16 apeture board max! Can anyone pleeeeeease point me in the right direction?? :o

 

dottyp

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Hi Cait. Thanks for suggestion. I was hoping for something 'ready made' that I could just slot the photo's into

as I am rather impatient when I get a new project to do!!!! :o

 

dottyp

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Does it have to be a board? I'm sure I saw a hanging one with pockets into which you could stick photos... I think it was aimed at recognising parents but it might do the trick.

 

Maybe someone has just the thing in their reception area and will rush in here to tell you all about it! :o

 

Maz

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I have a link to what I think you mean but don't know how to post a link - do I just copy it into the text box?

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Right. Go to the web page showing the item you want to link to. Copy it the url/web address. Then come back to the Forum and open a reply box in the thread you want to post it in.

 

Then on the tool bar above the box where you type your reply there are a series of boxes. To the right of the emoticon box is a box with a green cross in the bottom left. Click here and a box will open with a message:

 

"Please enter the full URL" with another box underneath it containing "http://". This is where you paste your link.

 

When you hit return, the box will ask you to enter the text you want to use as your link. Type in a suitable word and then hit return and it will do the rest for you.

 

Have a go - its easy once you know how!

 

I am trying to find the thing I was talking about in the place of the kinderbox I linked to above and if I find it I'll come back and alter this link!

 

Maz

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I can see what has happened - when you copied your url into the box it already had the 'http://' at the beginning so you've got two! I've removed the one in this post so it should work now!

 

(I put the bit about removing one of the 'http://'s in but removed it because I thought that was just my long winded way of doing things. Sorry. :o )

 

Maz

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