Skills graphics

By |2018-09-24T11:20:57-04:00September 24th, 2018|Categories: |

Line: Select the vertical line, and using the arrow keys from your keyboard move it more to the right or left. Alternatively hold down ‘Shift’ + ‘Command’ and move to the left or right with your mouse. Dots: To increase/decrease skill level on the dotted graph, simply fill or unfill each circle by; selecting the shape (hold down shift if you wish to select more than one at a time), click on the ‘Shape Format’ tab, navigate to the ‘Shape Fill’ drop down and select colour or ‘No fill’.

Where are my fonts hiding?

By |2018-09-24T11:08:47-04:00September 24th, 2018|Categories: |

If you are a Mac user certain installed fonts may not show in your font list. To fix the problem try closing Word and re-opening OR visit the website php and convert your .TTF files into .DFONT files. Next, install the .DFONT files, close and re-open Word.

Why doesn’t my template look the same as the example?

By |2019-06-16T06:52:05-04:00September 24th, 2018|Categories: |

You’ll need to install all the required fonts (please check 0-Readme-first.txt and into your computer in order for the templates to display properly. As mentioned in the product description, the templates are designed to work exclusively on Microsoft Word for Mac or Windows, and on Apple Pages for Mac.

Do you have problems editing your templates?

By |2018-05-26T07:12:00-04:00May 7th, 2018|Categories: |

First of all, read the detailed user guide provided with this purchase. Read it carefully. This help file will explain to you how things are organized and used, and includes tips on editing your templates. In spite of it if your doubts still have not been clarified, please feel free to drop us a message. We will be happy to help you!

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