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Avery Laminated Identification Cards 2-1/4" x 3-1/2" 3up - 10 Sheets
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Avery Laminated Identification Cards 2-1/4" x 3-1/2" 3up - 10 Sheets

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Avery Laminated Identification Cards 2-1/4" x 3-1/2" 3up - 10 Sheets

Part #: AVE-5361
Brand: Avery
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ProductDescription

Need a resiliant ID? These Avery Laminated ID Cards prevent fingerprints and smudges from ruining your employee information and ID card appearance. Insert the sheets into your laser or inkjet printer and then use free templates from Avery to create ID cards filled with gorgeous text and graphics. Protect the durable cards with the included covers that stay together without using a laminator. Durable and resistant, these covers are a smart solution if you wish to avoid tradition lamination.

Product Details

  • Laminated ID cards are durable and hold up to frequent use
  • A few easy steps: print, punch out and fold over lamination
  • Avery laminated ID cards give you professional-quality results right at your desktop
  • UPC: 072782053611
  • Part Number: AVE-5361, 5361

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4 Review(s)
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Reviewed on 4/3/2016

great product Review by jespi73

This product is great for those who don't want to have photo ids made by someone else. Its easy to use and good quality as well.

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Reviewed on 4/3/2016

5361 Review by Scarpen

As Secretary for our Association, I use the #5361 Laminated I.D. Cards for our Membership Cards. They make my life much easier being able to create a Members Membership Card on the fly and making/printing multiples ones at the same time.

Thank you Avery for making my life and duties much easier!

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Reviewed on 4/3/2016

Easy to Use!! Review by DimarMfg

At first I tried to download the template to make the ID Cards that I needed and had some difficulty with lining things up but then I found the Design & Print function on the website and it was a snap! Thanks for making my project look so professional.....it earned me quite a few compliments!

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Reviewed on 4/3/2016

These laminated ID cards were wonderful. I bought them for work and they have lasted me a long time. Such a great Avery product!

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Hi, it's John from Avery. Today we are going to take a look at how to create name badges for an event. I'm going to click the Avery Wizard icon from Microsoft Word. See the launch screen here. Use only Avery brand products for guaranteed results. I'm going to click Next. As you can see, there is a large variety of products to choose from. You can always narrow down your choices to the product that you want to work on. In this case, they are name badges, so I can click on Name Badges and get a much shorter list or, if I don't want to take the time to search through that list, I can even type in... Read More

Hi, it's John from Avery. Today we are going to take a look at how to create name badges for an event. I'm going to click the Avery Wizard icon from Microsoft Word. See the launch screen here. Use only Avery brand products for guaranteed results. I'm going to click Next. As you can see, there is a large variety of products to choose from. You can always narrow down your choices to the product that you want to work on. In this case, they are name badges, so I can click on Name Badges and get a much shorter list or, if I don't want to take the time to search through that list, I can even type in the product number, which I have in front of me: it's 5384 for a name badge. Search and there it is: Clip Style Name Badges, the 3 x 4 product.

I'm going to click Next and I have a selection of simple designs to choose from. I can start with a blank, but in this case, I'm going to start with a little graphic on the right hand side and some type on the left side. Click Next. Now we have four choices on how to get data onto these name badges. In the top choice we have Create a Sheet of Identical Layouts, not likely that you are going to want a sheet full of the same name on a name badge. Maybe you want a sheet with different names for a small event. In this case, we are actually going to merge data from an existing data file because we have a larger even we are planning. Maybe you have 50 names or more. You don't want to type those in manually. Wizard can also help you create a database for this use as well as for future use. Then again, today we are going to use Merge Data from an Existing Data file. Clicking Next. Here are some recent choices I've made for databases, but I'm going to browse and confirm that I've got the right one in my Mailings Folder: Mailing List Main - Open. So, that's selected, I'm going to hit Next. Databases have a number of tables sometimes, mine only has one so I don't have to make a choice, it's already chosen for me.

Now we are design screen for Wizard and you can see the graphic there on the right hand side and some placeholder text on the left hand side. I'm going to get rid of this placeholder text and I'm going to take a look on the right hand side here, the field names that are being accessed from my database. With this name badge project, what I want is first name of the person on one row by itself, so I'm adding that with Add Field to Layout. This selection clicks down automatically to Last Name. What I'm going to do though is Return and I'm going to add that field underneath the first name. Now I'm pretty much done with the mail merge now. I'm going to make Last Name a little bit smaller. I'm going to make First Name a little bit larger and I'm going to hit Return after Last Name a couple of times and I'm going to add The Even Name and of course, your event is going to have a real name, so that's what you're going to enter there. Hit Return again and I'm going to add the Event Date and Location.

Now, this is static information; this won't change from badge to badge the way the names will. Now, if you want to preview what your database is actually going to produce for you on these name badges, you can click on the database toggle and actually view the records being drawn in from the database. This is the first record, Eric Greenwood. So I can click through and see other names from that database. We're pretty much ready to go now, so I'm going to hit Next. You can see a Print Preview Screen. What we are going to do is Preview these cards. What's nice about the Print Preview is if you do see a problem; if you see a name that is too long for the line, you can come back by closing the preview and hitting Back and making your edit. In this case, we are happy with the badge though, so I'm going to click Finish and we have a number of sheets of name badges and we're done.

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