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Old 11-12-2005, 11:14 AM   #1
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Default Journaling on Window Sheets

I love the look of the computer generated journaling printed on the window sheets. Do you have to have a special kind of printer/ink in order to do this? I have an HP OfficeJet. I have been afraid to try it. Help me, please!
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I've never used the window sheets, but I have printed on transparancies. They have a smooth side and a rough side. Make sure you print on the smooth side. Some people use the transparancy setting (you can find this by clicking on the printers properties buttononce you hit print). I haven't done this either.

One of the easiest ways to do all of this and not waste the "paper" is to do a trial run on scrap paper and use temporary adhesive to put the transparancy over the scrap paper. Pretty much the same way a lot of people use vellum.

Is that clear as mud? lol Let us know how it turns out!!
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