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Thread: For those of you who download quilt patterns as pdfs

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    Super Member Latrinka's Avatar
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    I know it uses a lot of paper, but when I see one I think I'll want to do, I print it out. Sometimes I'll bookmark it if I think I won't get to it for a long time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontierlady View Post
    I found the most useful webpage at http://joliprint.com/ Here you can make a PDF of a webpage and save it or email it to yourself or others. I am really trying to downsize the amount of paper I have around my sewing room. This way you can organize your pattern finds and tips into folders for easy access.
    i was just about to post this website here. i have posted it several times on this board. it is a great tool to use instead of copying web pages to word to save. a big thumb up.
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    I just downloaded this program. All I can say is wow. Might add thank you also. Retta

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontierlady View Post
    I found the most useful webpage at http://joliprint.com/ Here you can make a PDF of a webpage and save it or email it to yourself or others. I am really trying to downsize the amount of paper I have around my sewing room. This way you can organize your pattern finds and tips into folders for easy access.
    That's the one I use, too, & I've been quite happy with it. I have it as an icon on my tool bar & it works slick as a whistle.
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    I just tried Joliprint. Thanks a ton for sharing!! It's work like a dream.
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    WOW, I downloaded it and just used it. What a great freebie - THANK YOU!
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    Quote Originally Posted by willferg View Post
    On my Mac, any time I want to print just about anything, I have the option to "print" it into a pdf file instead of out onto a page. That works well for me.
    That's what I do, too. Most of the time I'm not ready for a hard copy anyway and this way I don't lose what I'm "printing".
    Pat

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    Great info on pdf - I thought I had to buy somthing, thanks!

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    Thanks. I love Bonnie Hunter's quilts.

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