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Thread: Printing QuiltersCache patterns?

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    Question Printing QuiltersCache patterns?

    Could anyone tell me how to print out the block patterns on QuiltersCache website?? I did one a couple of years ago, but cannot remember how I did it.
    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thank you

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    You can print them just like you print other things. Bring up the block you want. Select print from you edit bar or in my case the thing that looks like a wheel. It will let you print all pages of the block. If you want the templates you have to print them separately. Click on the part that tells you there are templates and then print as before.
    Carol

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    Just one thing to add to Carol's advice, be sure and set your printer setting to no scaling!
    Have a great day sewing and remember to "not sweat the small stuff"!!



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    My icons disappeared when Chrome was put on my machine, so I have to use the old fashioned 'Control P' if the site doesn't offer a bar with icons. It does work. When you get the printer box up, you can choose which pages you want.

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    I have Chrome and all I do is hit the right button on my mouse twice to the side of the pattern and it will come up print. Then I hit print and the box for printing comes up on the left of my screen and I hit print on that and it shows the pattern I want to print and I hit print again and it prints it out. Some times there will be two or more pages and you have to do the same for each page and the templates.

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    I always do a print preview to make sure there are pages what I need, hit print and there it goes. I think those patterns have a print friendly place to print.
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    So ya'll are able to print more than one page at a time? I'm running IE on Win 7 and all it will do is print the page I'm on. How do you manage to print all the pages a pattern is on?

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    Belfrybat, that sounds more like a printer problem than computer. I had IE on windows 7 for years and printed anything I wanted.

    Crafty pat -Thank you for the tip. My GD answered a few questions when she installed Chrome, but I didn't ask that one. Right click twice. Got it.

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    I have found that printing on my printer, that I usually have to adjust the printing somewhere around 133% in order to get them to come out as specified.

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    Thank you so much, I will be trying your suggestions today.

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