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About "Monument Apologetics Card Template"
Welcome to Monument Apologetics Card Template. This document is set up to work through your Monument Member questions with the headings properly formatted. Open your Styles Palette and get used to using the following styles to format a card that is easy to organize and read in a round:
- “Title” will center and head your question nicely.
- “Heading 1” and “Heading 2” will give proper headings to points.
- “Normal” will be for normal text.
You may modify the styles through the Style Palette to change paragraph settings, fonts, boldness, etc. It is entirely up to you and your personal preferences.
The goal with this template is to give you an easy way to push regular 4×6 cards through a standard printer when you’re ready to prepare your boxes for your tournament. Fill your boxes up with Monument Apologetics Cards!
- Download the document with the button above. Study this release and get to know it well. File and print as necessary to prepare for your upcoming competition.
- This download is exclusively for Monument Members. Any use outside this membership is a violation of U.S. Copyright Law and violators will be prosecuted.
- As always, double check all claims, warrants, hyperlinks and the current news in case any changes have occurred that will affect your competition.
- Do you have questions about this download? Tap in your comment at the bottom of the page. The author, the site owner, or another member will most likely reply.
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