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Graph paper problems
Tue, Jun 25, 2013 11:46 AM
Posted by Pamn Ravenscroft
I'm trying to print a whole page of graph paper, but all I get is a postage stamp (or smaller) size. Looks like a sample of what the print will look like. (I am by far and away NOT a computer geek so please be kind and simple in your explanations of what to do.) Adope is all on board and fine. Page size is 8 1/2 x 11. I have tried putting in 8 by 12 in the number of squares and thought better of it. I then tried 80 by 120, figuring that "squares" mean the individual stitch squares. No good, no difference. I made sure everything was changed and tidied up before pressing "print". Help. Thank you, Pamn.
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    Reply from Anita's Husband
    Tuesday, June 25, 2013 6:14 PM
    If I understand what you are asking for, you want the entire page filled with lines without a border at the edge. Is this correct? If so, that may not print correctly since most printers require a border. If you wish to try, just set Margins to zero and leave everything else set to the default values (Major Line Thickness: 0.03, minor lien thickness: 0.01, Grid Size: 10 squares per inch). Go to top
    • Reply from Pamn
      Tuesday, June 25, 2013 7:39 PM
      Borders are fine. I just want a "full size" page (not a postage stamp size page).
      After your response, I tried it with 0 border size, and also with the 0.5 default size. Nothing. All I get is the top of the "Free Graph Paper" page with the Grid Paper Preview information on it. Sort of like a "print screen". No graph paper. Surely this can't be this hard.
      Thanks for trying, Pamn. Go to top
  • Reply from Pauline
    Sunday, July 07, 2013 10:33 PM
    Wouldn't it be much easier to purchase graph paper at Staples or another office supply store? I bought a graph paper notebook. Go to top