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My DIY welcome booklets (Riviera Maya) with pics and template

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Wow - it looks great! You must have put so much work into it.

 

I am basing my booklet on yours (if you don't mind)! I wish I could figure out the titles(Things to Do, Useful Tips, etc).

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Wow - it looks great! You must have put so much work into it.

I am basing my booklet on yours (if you don't mind)! I wish I could figure out the titles(Things to Do, Useful Tips, etc).
What do you mean by figuring out the titles ? You did not manage to download the templates ?

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What do you mean by figuring out the titles ? You did not manage to download the templates ?
Oh I got the templates (and I have to say I feel guilty using them since you clearly put ALOT of time into it). I am trying to figure out the headings like you have "Useful Tips!" with a faded background picture of a bunch of pills on the op of page 7. I wanted to make a different heading on another page. I think I did it though. See page 8, "Where Is Everyone." That is what I was trying to figure out.

 

 

Welcome Booklet 6 and 8.ppt

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Oh I got the templates (and I have to say I feel guilty using them since you clearly put ALOT of time into it). I am trying to figure out the headings like you have "Useful Tips!" with a faded background picture of a bunch of pills on the op of page 7. I wanted to make a different heading on another page. I think I did it though. See page 8, "Where Is Everyone." That is what I was trying to figure out.
Yeah ! You did great !

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