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Missing Person Poster Template


Template Details
Available Formats:
Microsoft Word, PDF, EPUB, TXT, ODT
Template Size:
А4 (21 х 24,7 cm)
Editable Elements:
Color, Text, Objects in template
Modified:
25.09.2023
Available Formats:
Microsoft Word, PDF, EPUB, TXT, ODT

Most of the time, we create our own text documents, spreadsheets, presentations and forms in Google Office Suite, designing them the way we want. But there are times when we need to quickly write about a missing person, and that's where the Google Docs Missing Poster template comes in handy

Unfortunately, these situations are not uncommon and you should be clear that a person's life may depend on your speed, so there is no time to lose. The quality of your search depends on your diligence. Keep your missing person report as short as possible. You don't need to describe much, just clear facts. The missing person template in Google Docs has different fonts to highlight the most important information. The bold headline "Wanted" will keep people from confusing your ad with an advertisement and will pay attention to it.

Basic information to fill in:
  • Settlement where the missing person was last seen (district, street, you can specify the house);
  • Date of loss;
  • Name and gender;
  • Special signs: everything that can distinguish missing person from the rest;
  • Your contacts: phone, email.

The Google Doc missing person template will help you compose your ad in a couple of minutes, and spend the rest of your time on that all-important search.




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Kateryna Kyrylova

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Docsandslide's resident

My goal is to create beautiful and intuitive graphic designs for individuals and businesses! I, Kateryna Kyrylova, specialize in a variety of formats, from Google products to Microsoft.

Achievements:
From Ukraine
3 years’ experience
Art education

designed more than 1500 templates for docsandslides.com

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Kateryna Polyakova specializes in creating concise texts and articles for business education. Her blog provides quick insights to help you choose the right template efficiently. Recognizing the value of time, she ensures her content is brief yet informative, guiding you to the perfect template within minutes.

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