Originally Posted by jeanne3579
I will have to watch the video, but I can't imagine holding the Big Bite upside down, holding the paper in the slot with the paper (and finally with the eyelet) in place and being able to squeeze that handle with the same hand that is holding it. I have enough trouble lining everything up while the machine is sitting securely on my work table.
Ah, but you only need to hold it upside down to punch the hole - once that's done you can still set the eyelet with it sitting on the table as usual.
But to be honest I was only trying it out to see could it be done! I never realised you could look through the bottom before
. I find it perfectly satisfactory to mark my hole spot with a little pencil cross and check I have it positioned right once I start pressing down on the punch part.