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Print security badges in bulk to prepare ahead of time for an event. This is especially handy if you are holding a special event, such as a conference, in which you know who is attending. You can have badges ready for the attendees at registration.

Note

Badges do not print for people who were dropped from a group or event.

 To print security badges
  1. Under Searches and Reports, click the Reports tab.
  2. In the drop-down list, select Checkpoint Reports and click Go.
  3. In the left pane, expand Labels, then Security Badges.
  4. In the lower left pane, click Customize.
  5. Select the print date.
  6. On the Report Options tab, under Session, in the drop-down list, select the session you want to print security badges for.
  7. Under Report Settings and Report Options, select the options you want to include in the report. See Additional Information for more on each option.
  8. Under Date Range, enter the start date of the report.
  9. Click Preview to generate the report.


Additional Field Information

Select Groups
Narrow the results to specific groups within the master group. Click Select to designate the groups.

Filter
Select to set available fields as filters to tailor the information in the report. Click Select to create the filter.

Record Selection
Select the results to individuals of a particular record type. Click Select and designate the record type.

Include Deactivated Records
Prints badges for inactive individuals as well as active individuals.

Include All Family Positions
Select to print badges for anyone enrolled in the selected session regardless of family position. When this option is not selected, only the family positions selected in session setup will print.

Print Parent Badge
Prints the matching parent badge for every child security badge. When this option is cleared, only child security badges print.