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Old 09-29-2008, 10:33 PM   #1  
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I'am making planner for my husband..or rather i shuld say I already have a planner but i'am changing it as per my requirements..
1.As the planner belongs to previous company the name of the company is on each & every page..suggest me what can i do to hide that name..??
2.there are pictures at the starting of the month & wordings for that company as the starter page for every month..

I've thought abt putting in images or wordings on those pages...as my husband has joined as a manager..i wnated to put in some adjectives that best describes a manager..help me in finding those adjectives..

But will it luk good..I know I'am goin all the way to chnage that planner as a whole..I culd get a new one..but I really like that planner ..I dont wnat to get a new one..
Want to give it a feel of my work & enhance it further..to make it beautiful..so it stands out...

Suggest me sumthing which I can use on that company name...
What pictures shuld be used in that planner or stamps..or wordings..?

Help me I really wantt to make that planner look beautiful..so everyone asks who has made it..!!

Please suggest...

Lookin for help..!!
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I looked on-line for manager and these are words I found, maybe some of them will help you and maybe someone else will have some other ideas for your other questions.

Thesaurus and Synonym on-line look-up for the word, manager:
administrator * agent * banker * baron * big boss * big businessman * boss * business leader * businessman * captain * captain of industry * chatelaine * chief * coach * commandant * director * executive * foreman * foreperson * handler * Head * instructor * leader * officer * Official * organizer * overseer * principal * superintendent * supervisor * taskmaster * You would just have to pick-and-choose what might apply to your husband's position within his company.

As far as adjectives for manager, some words that come to mind from my job experience are: fair manager, excellent manager, reasonable manager, kind manager, decent manager, jovial manager, ruled-with-an-iron-hand manager, lousy manager, non-caring manager. Of course, I am sure the last three will not apply to your husband... lol!!!

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maybe a "scroll" or "border" type stamp over the old company name? or any small stamp like a flower you could stamp multiple times? (flowers don't sound very masculine though...) depending on the size of the name, you could use a mailing label, but that would make a very bulky spot with the thickness in only one place....

there are many good quote websites out there also on the web... maybe browse them for some good ones and then see what images you have might go with them?

I'm just ordering my franklin covey planner for 2009 and chose the 'leadership' one which is very professional. I usually get fun ones and I'm hoping this will get me better behaved! Maybe take a look at their website and get some ideas from it as to how to go on? HERE
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I like the manager synonyms...!!
Thanx a ton..!!

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I looked on-line for manager and these are words I found, maybe some of them will help you and maybe someone else will have some other ideas for your other questions.

Thesaurus and Synonym on-line look-up for the word, manager:
administrator * agent * banker * baron * big boss * big businessman * boss * business leader * businessman * captain * captain of industry * chatelaine * chief * coach * commandant * director * executive * foreman * foreperson * handler * Head * instructor * leader * officer * Official * organizer * overseer * principal * superintendent * supervisor * taskmaster * You would just have to pick-and-choose what might apply to your husband's position within his company.

As far as adjectives for manager, some words that come to mind from my job experience are: fair manager, excellent manager, reasonable manager, kind manager, decent manager, jovial manager, ruled-with-an-iron-hand manager, lousy manager, non-caring manager. Of course, I am sure the last three will not apply to your husband... lol!!!

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Tat seems to be quite useful...using quotes as per the images..!!

Tat I need to look how will it go...with old company stamp...so that it doesnt show up..

Yup u r right using sum sheet on top of it will make it too bulky..!!
Sum more ideas..plzzzz..!!

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maybe a "scroll" or "border" type stamp over the old company name? or any small stamp like a flower you could stamp multiple times? (flowers don't sound very masculine though...) depending on the size of the name, you could use a mailing label, but that would make a very bulky spot with the thickness in only one place....

there are many good quote websites out there also on the web... maybe browse them for some good ones and then see what images you have might go with them?

I'm just ordering my franklin covey planner for 2009 and chose the 'leadership' one which is very professional. I usually get fun ones and I'm hoping this will get me better behaved! Maybe take a look at their website and get some ideas from it as to how to go on? HERE
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