Feb 17, 2014 // For DigitalChalk Users, Tutorials

6 Steps to Customize Your Certificate Background

With DigitalChalk’s online training software, you have access to a fully customizable certificate feature. Just follow these simple steps to easily customize the background for any of your certificates.

DigitalChalk: 6 Steps to Customize Your Certificate Background1. You will start of by going to the “Manage Courses” tab.

2. Select the course you want to add or edit, and choose the “Manage Courses Elements” option.

3. To add a certificate element, select “Add a Certificate”.

4. If you have already created a certificate that you want to edit you can do so by clicking on the title of the certificate.

• Recommended image size: 1200 x 928

• Printed image size: 11″ x 8.5”

• Printable image format: a .PDF file which is centered in landscape orientation

• File type: .PNG, .GIF, or .JPG format

5. Click the “Upload Background Image” button, and select the background you would like to use.

6. After the image is finished uploading click “Save” and your new background will be set for the certificate.

DigitalChalk: 6 Steps to Customize Your Certificate Background

*Quick tip: Not pleased with the way the background turned out? Use the “Reset Background” button to instantly revert it back to the original background image. Already have fields in place? No worries, when reseting the background you will not lose any of those fields and they will stay in the spot you put them at.

 

DigitalChalk strives to create an environment that is simple to use in the online training software world, but we know that sometimes you may need a little help here or there. For help, please feel free to call our support team at 877-321-2451 (option 2) or shoot them an email to support@digitalchalk.com.

Interested in learning more about how DigitalChalk can help your business grow? Call us at 877-321-2451 opt.1 or request a live demo with a Product Specialist.

Bekah Stinehour

Technical Writer

Bekah is a customer advocate, marketing assistant, and a technical writer for DigitalChalk. She graduated from Auburn University in 2012 and has been working with DigitalChalk for three years.

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