Password Tracker - Free Printable (Day 6)
Hello, my Krafty Planners! Welcome to Day 6 of the 15 Days of Free Printables! Today’s printable is a Password Tracker to help you store your passwords, usernames, PINs, and other sensitive information that you might need at a later time.
Password Trackers can be especially useful if you have a lot of different accounts or need to remember many different passwords.
Typically, you should store your password tracker offline with strict security measures taken to ensure its safety.
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BEFORE YOU GO:
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SUPPLIES I RECOMMEND FOR PRINTING
If you’re going to be printing in color, I really recommend investing in an HP Instant Ink compatible printer. The quality of the finished product is amazing! If you don’t need a color printer, I highly recommend a laser printer like the Brother L23 Series. You will save hundreds on ink. You can also get a color laser printer which I would LOVE to have!
For everyday printables, planners, and coloring pages for the kiddos I normally use Hammermill Printer Paper, 20 Lb. I love that you can get a small box of 3 reams instead of having to buy one at a time or a whole case of 10.
If I want something a little nicer, I use this laser paper which is incredibly smooth and has very little to no ghosting on the other side. This is perfect if you like to use pens/markers that are prone to bleeding through to the other side.
For printing on A5 paper, I use this Blank 6-Hole Punched A5 Paper. You can also get it without the holes but it’s $6-7 more. Which I think is odd because it’s usually the other way around and you have to pay more for the hole punching.
If you're printing a binder cover that you to be fade-resistant and last a long time, the best paper I would recommend using Epson Presentation paper. It's heavy like cardstock (48 lb), is great when laminated, and is made to last for decades.
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