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Old 09-08-2009, 08:41 PM   #33
LaLatty
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Originally Posted by mcschmidty View Post
I should add that I have purchased a few digi images in the past few weeks, and I love how easy it is! So, I hope i can ask a question- how do you print out freebie papers? My printer is not the greatest- but do you just print them out like you do an image???

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I have all of my images saved into a file on my desk top. Then when I want an image I'll just pick the one I want and I copy it into a new document. Then I can resize the image if I want and then just print it out. I usually print out enough images to fill at least one sheet of card stock. Remember you'll want to replace your printer paper with card stock.

As far as the ink goes, I've never had a problem with my ink, but I have read here in the forums that after you print the image you should let it completely dry before you start working with it. That will help to prevent any smearing. My husband has ink tanks hooked up to our printer, so I'm not sure what brand of ink we are using.
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