Ward Directory

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Description

Ward Directory creates a PDF Photo Directory and a compact text-only directory. It's useful for church member directories or team rosters. It can import contacts from LDS (Mormon) ward websites or MLS records. See the picture directory screenshots.

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Features

  • Exports a Picture Directory in PDF format
  • Exports a compact text-only directory in PDF format
  • Customizable options (fonts, size, spacing, rows, columns, etc)
  • Import CSV and MLS records from Ward Websites

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  • waveweasel
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    There is NO other software like this for free on the market... FIBC

    Posted 12/19/2010
  • jphj44
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    This product is incredible. It takes a few minutes to understand, but once you do it is very easy to use. Obviously you can't beat the price! Go to your ward membership directory on LDS.org. In the upper right, click on csv. Save the csv file to your computer. Open Ward Directory. Create a new file. Import the csv file. Hopefully you will have already saved your ward photos on your computer. Highlight a name then click on the "Upload a picture" button on the right. It's that simple!

    Posted 08/21/2010
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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

wxWidgets

Programming Language

Python

Registered

2010-03-06
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