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Thread: EQ7 Help, paper piecing

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    Fabriclovr
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    Question EQ7 Help, paper piecing

    I know a lot of you use EQ7 and I need an answer to probably a stupid question, so here goes.

    Here is a little background:

    I have already been to the EQ site and know that the block that I have created is mine and I can do with it as I wish, it even states that in their copywrite section for EQ7, so I can distribute this block freely.

    I am designing the mystery quilt for Labor Day weekend and I have come across a snag. The border of the quilt has some really off the wall angles, like 58 degrees, so I have decided that the borders will be paper pieced. I know that if I print the page on my printer, it will be correct and the right size, but if I try to copy this page and put it on my website for download, how do I do this to insure distortion free copies to all players?

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    Quite a few of the patterns I print out have a 1 in square that you measure after printing to ensure you pattern is the correct size. Could you add something like that to it?
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    Fabriclovr
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    I thought about that and I think that may be the answer.

    I have tried calling all of the shops that EQ lists on their website as 'retailers' 2 of which I would not step foot into if you paid me to do it, one did not answer, one was an answering machine, one, when I asked her if she could answer a question about EQ7, she wanted to know what that was! and one had a teacher, but she was out of town Its 11am, so everyone should be open, but no one has the lights on yet!.

    I looked for a phone number for EQ on their site and you have to fill out a form and they will call you.. geese, how hard is it to answer a question?????

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    Fabriclovr
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    OMG!!! I found the number for EQ inside the User Manual (duh!) I called and they answered!! No answering machine, no, wait till I can find someone to help you.. just a straight forward answer and she even walked me through how to do it while I was on the phone!

    Problem solved!

    Answer - print as a pdf! DUH again!

    Ok, onto next challenges for this quilt!!

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