Printing the Envelopes _ Once you have decided that a key card envelope is right for you, you need to determine what copy (text and pictures) will go on the envelope. Remember, a key card envelope is very small, so it is important not to get carried away with the amount of information or the size of the logo you put on it. Ask your printer for a template so you can see how your artwork might fit onto the envelope. Since a key card does not have a closing flap, you can easily print on both sides if you need more space. Just don't forget about the thumb_cut, as it reduces your printable area by that half_moon shape on one end. Key card envelopes are an affordable way to customize the presentation of your room keys, gift cards, and more. Talk to your printer about your envelope ideas, and together you will be sure to come up with an attractive product that gives your business the personal touch you're looking for.
It seems that "everyone" hates PowerPoint™! At one time there was even a website dedicated to how poorly presenters use the tool. I'm bucking the trend to tell you that I LOVE PowerPoint™. It's the tool I most use to share my visual messages, organize my thoughts, and convey what I'm thinking. I'm often asked how I do what I do with the tool. I thought I would share 7 ways to use PowerPoint to visualize your thoughts and convey what's in your head so that you, too, might learn to love the tool. And no _ I do not have any financial interest in Microsoft or the MS Office Suite. I simply grew up on Wintel (Windows & Intel) computers using MS Office products and have learned how to make them indispensable tools in my business.