Free Certificate of Completion

certificate template

This is a smart and professional looking certificate of completion template that has quite a formal feel to it. The certificate can work in a variety of ways to recognize both adults and young people who have successfully completed a study course, training course or project, for example. The texts contained in this certificate are fully editable, so you can modify and adapt your template with your recipients name as well as with the details of their training or study course.

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Includes Watermark

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General Questions & Answers

How do I edit the template I have downloaded?

Our files are delivered in compressed zip format which contain multiple files, usually the certificate template and the documentation file. Once the ZIP file downloaded, you first need to extract the files using your operating system’s unzip program or any ZIP extractor utility such as Winzip, Winrar…

We recommend you to carefully read the detailed documentation as it contains instructions and provides links to the fonts being used in the template which we suggest to install if you want your certificate to look the same as in the preview.

Microsoft Word (2007 or higher) is required to open and edit the template. Just click on the text placeholders and replace the text with your own content.

Why the fonts don't look like in the preview?

Before opening the template you should download and install the fonts listed in the documentation.

What's the difference between the free and the premium version?

The free version includes a small watermark and is in medium resolution (up to 150 DPI) while the premium version does not include a watermark and is in high resolution (300 DPI).

Why is there a white border when I print my certificate?

Some home printers cannot print on edges, this is a common known limitation. For a professional printing, you might consider using the services of a local print shop near you.

For the complete list of general questions and answers, click here.

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