Answers to Font Problems
best if you save the Front and Back files or Combined Image
File onto your computer’s hard drive and print from there as this
makes it possible to control the important variables below in the
printing process. To Save the files onto your computer
Right Click on the
“Front” , “Back”
, or “Combines PDF Images”
And Select “Save Link (or Target) as”
(Remember which Folder you are saving the files into. You can
control into which folder they go.)
Print PDF files in Landscape mode, NOT Portrait.
Select "Fit" or "Shrink to Fit" (about
94% of original size) in Page Setup or in Printer
If Printing Combined images (Front and Back at same time)
Click on "Flip on Short Edge"
Use Heavier paper
as this eliminates two or more pages going
into the printer at same time and wasting ink. I prefer 28 LB
paper as this
makes for a sturdy pamphlet.
In Page Setup, which is found in the FILE drop down menu, you
can also click on the TAB: Margins Header and Footer
to eliminate, Date, URL, Page #, etc. by selecting
If you are prinitng the Front and Back images separately it is
usually best to feed the pages ONE at a time into your printer for
the second side of the page printing process. The ink can
cause the pages to stick together.
Select "File" at the top of screen.
In the drop down menu,
(you may have to pause or press the down arrows to get the full set
Select "Print" (Do Not press the Printer
Icon directly or this will bypass this option.)
This will bring up the print screen box (window.)
If this fails to happen, the go to