Family ordinance cards can be printed at home

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Re: Family ordinance cards can be printed at home

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From the FamilySearch blog article, one of the replies to a comment on January 15 says "All US temples and Bern, Switzerland temple districts should allow printing from home at this time." It doesn't give a source, but it sounds authoritative since they also mention Switzerland. As mentioned above, the best way to check is to go into FamilySearch and try to print a name.
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Re: Family ordinance cards can be printed at home

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aebrown wrote:
drepouille wrote:I have already heard some members complain that they don't have a paper cutter at home. They would prefer to have the sisters in the temple office cut the cards.
... which continues to be a perfectly acceptable option. Members can simply choose which option works best for them.
- scissors ?? :oO
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