Talk:Merit Badge worksheets

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:::You were using the ones by Craig Lincoln, right? Also, something gone haywire with the Cit. in the Community PDF, can you figure it out? It looks the same as the others on the edit screen. --[[User:Stranger|Stranger]] 14:22, December 30, 2007 (EST)
:::You were using the ones by Craig Lincoln, right? Also, something gone haywire with the Cit. in the Community PDF, can you figure it out? It looks the same as the others on the edit screen. --[[User:Stranger|Stranger]] 14:22, December 30, 2007 (EST)
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:::Shows up the same on my screen...[[User:EagleForumFan|EagleForumFan]] 05:20, January 6, 2008 (EST)
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What do you think about adding in "Mr. R's Passports"? They're pretty nice; sort of a condensed worksheet intended to be smaller (4" x 5"). Let me know if you think they'd be a good addition, and I'll put them up (or not). [[http://www.relia.net/~thedane/passports.html Mr. R's Passports]] [[User:EagleForumFan|EagleForumFan]] 05:20, January 6, 2008 (EST)

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Used your example and did the N-Z. EagleForumFan 18:07, December 16, 2007 (EST)

Finished the links. I took out the # sign because it's REALLY hard on over-40 eyes ;-). EagleForumFan 03:51, December 17, 2007 (EST)'

I put them in a simple table. Design isn't my forte. Please feel free to 'edit mercilessly'.EagleForumFan 03:28, December 19, 2007 (EST)

Wow. Thanks. I was on vacation for a while these past few days and I come back to see all my work done for me. Great job! --Stranger 10:07, December 22, 2007 (EST)
per discussion, adding in USScouts links. EagleForumFan 01:39, December 30, 2007 (EST)
You were using the ones by Craig Lincoln, right? Also, something gone haywire with the Cit. in the Community PDF, can you figure it out? It looks the same as the others on the edit screen. --Stranger 14:22, December 30, 2007 (EST)
Shows up the same on my screen...EagleForumFan 05:20, January 6, 2008 (EST)

What do you think about adding in "Mr. R's Passports"? They're pretty nice; sort of a condensed worksheet intended to be smaller (4" x 5"). Let me know if you think they'd be a good addition, and I'll put them up (or not). [Mr. R's Passports] EagleForumFan 05:20, January 6, 2008 (EST)

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