This process allows you to personalize the street name and number, housing estate, etc. on the panel
There are 2 options available: one with 2 lines of editable text (V1) and another with 3 lines (V2).
All the fields can be edited and you will find them already completed with example data. You can write on them by placing your mouse cursor over the text between square brackets. Select the lines of text you want to modify one by one from the top menu, e.g. text 1 option, then the font, size and color and the background color for the cardholder. Then complete it with your desired text and repeat the procedure for text 2 and so on.
The text adapts to the space of the cardholder and if all the text you want to include does not fit, select a smaller font size.
This process allows you to include the residents' names, instructions for calling a home, street name and number on your panel.
There are 4 options available: version with 2 to 4 columns and instructions for use.
You will find 2 versions in each case with the option to personalize the first line with the street name (V1) or the residents' names only (V2).
All the fields can be edited. The cells with a blue background are completed as an example with the house number. You can change it by placing your mouse cursor over the text, deleting it and writing directly in it (maximum of 3 digits). In the cells with a white background, write the residents' names. The text adjusts automatically to the cell size.
You have two options for aligning the text: centered or preset (the right-hand column is right-aligned and the left-hand column is left-aligned).
The fields between square brackets can also be edited, as can the house numbers on each image of the push button. You can change it by placing your mouse cursor over the text, deleting it and writing directly in each field.
This process allows you to personalize the residents' names and house numbers.
You can write on the blank spaces and on the written text or the text in square brackets by placing your mouse cursor in the corresponding cell.