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Everyone should keep a close eye on their own health condition. From school to work, there’s always a practical reason for someone to keep their body in tiptop shape. And so, it’s imperative that a person is checked on by a doctor and gets physical confirmation about their status. If you need easily editable content for your patients’ documentations, then have a look at our Medical Fitness Certificate Templates! Quickly prepare a signed certificate for college admission, government clearance, and more. Our professional samples are 100% customizable in Apple Pages for convenience on macOS. So, use our downloadable templates today for teachers, writers, and other people needing medical certification!
Whether it’s for a student field trip or job recruitment, there are many different reasons for confirming someone’s medical and physical condition. And, when putting these confirmations into written form, creating certificates is necessary. Certificates are important for this purpose since they’re official documents that contain authorized information (as explained by Merriam-Webster, a resource for various subjects).
Creating a normal-looking certificate is easy enough. But, if you’d like to add a bit more presentation using Apple Pages, then go ahead and read our tips found just below!
First things first—set up your document’s format. After opening up a new blank file in Apple Pages, go into the Document sidebar menu (to the right) and turn off Document Body. This allows you to add and adjust objects freely within the page.
Next, go to File > Page Setup and use the Page Size menu to set the fitness certificate’s appropriate size, which is usually either 8.5”x11” or 11”x14”.
The border design is a universal element in designing certificates. To add your border, click Media in the upper toolbar and then select Photos. From there, drag-drop the design from the folder and onto the page.
With the border selected, go to Arrange and then set the Text Wrap to None. Then, for Object Placement, select Stay on Page.
Resizing your border is simple enough by click-dragging the handles on its sides and corners. For repositioning, click-drag the border itself.
Images and other graphics also help with your document’s overall look. Ensure that your imagery is thematically suitable for your medical certificate—use depictions of hospitals, medical equipment, facilities, and so on. Insert these elements the same way you do for your border.
Set each image’s Text Wrap and Object Placement the same way as with the border. And the same goes for resizing and repositioning.
Once it’s time for your certificate’s writing (title, doctor’s name, etc.), you need to use some textboxes. Click the Text button in the above toolbar and click-drag across the desired spot. The box’s size and shape are adjusted the same way as with your image objects.
Now that you’ve read through our tips, putting together your own printable certificate should be a snap from now on! And lastly, if you need editable resources for your work, then remember to check out our original Medical Fitness Certificate Templates!
Some example programs are:
When printing out a medical fitness certificate, parchment paper is a good choice of material.
Medical fitness certificates can be used for the following examples:
Some well-known sizes include:
Both portrait and landscape formats are acceptable for making a medical fitness certificate.