Custom Bingo Sheets is compatible with Tiger, Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks, and Yosemite.
Custom Bingo Sheets was developed to help users make customized bingo sheets to jazz up a party. You can customize the two titles, their fonts (size, color, bold on/off, italic on/off), the Bingo Sheet's background and free space image. You need a screen resolution of at least 1024 x 768 to use this application. The Bingo numbers on the sheet are always random and unique. Custom Bingo Sheets is $10 shareware; there is no trial mode.
Version 1.2.0 is compatible with Normal and Retina Displays and Yosemite's default security.
Click here to see Bingo Cards Sp which supports two labels in four colors, an image in the free space and print batches of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, and 100.
When you launch Custom Bingo Sheets the first time you see the Control Panel on the left and the Bingo Sheet on the right.
Each Title has a field to enter the desired text (up to 23 characters), a drop-down menu for the font size (40, 36, 32, 28), a drop-down menu for the font color (black, red, blue, green, gray and white) and checkboxes for bold and italic choices.
Set up each Title as desired. Changes will be seen immediately.
Select the Bingo Sheet background using the drop-down menu (White, Green, Blue, Water, and Artistic) or click on the "Use JPG" button to choose one of your jpg images. The change will be seen immediately.
Select the "Free Space" Picture in the center of each Bingo Card using the drop-down menu (Birthday Cake, Toy, Flower, Wedding Cake, Diamond Ring, Cross and Baby). The change will be seen immediately.
Note: Click on the Bingo Sheet to see the full colors; Bingo Sheet colors are muted when the Control Panel window is active (clicked). Below you see the user has changed the titles and is playing with different backgrounds.
The above settings change the Bingo Sheet to be:
Here is the same setup except with different backgrounds:
The last screenshot above uses a jpg image. Because the image must be stretched to fit the Bingo Sheet, it is best to choose an image with Portrait layout. Some distortion of the original image will be noticed.
When you are happy with the Bingo Sheet, make sure that the Dock does not cover any part of the Bingo Sheet (set System Preferences to show the Dock to the Right if necessary) and click on the Control Panel's "Print Sheet" button.
Make sure you set the Copies to "1" (you do not want duplicate copies). The dialog box that appears has four choices.
Click on the "PDF" button if you want to make a pdf file (this would be unusual).
Click on the "Preview" button if you want to see the image before printing (good idea if you want to see the image at a higher scale).
Click on the "Cancel" button if you decide to make changes before printing.
Click on the "Print" button to print the image.
Click on the Control Panel's "Print Sheet" button to make another Bingo Sheet.
The Control Panel of the Mac version has a checkbox at the bottom. Check this checkbox if the Display is Retina; leave the box unchecked if the Display is Normal.
Control Panel settings are saved between sessions.
Important Note: Because this application uses a screenshot to print the Bingo Sheet, you need a screen resolution of at least 1024 x 768 (the Bingo Sheet window is 748 pixels high).
Click here to download the Intel version (3.6 MB) for Macintosh (OS 10.6 or later).