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Old 09-08-2004, 10:29 AM   #1
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So I have a question about these for people who do computer journaling in their scrapbooks. How do you do it? Do you print it out on cs then cut it down? How do you get it the right size for the space you have? Is it a lot of work to get the sizing right (margins) for what space you have? Do you waste a lot of cs getting it right? I am fairly computer literate, but am kind of scared of this being a pain in the butt. I am pretty anal and don't like hand writing it all the time because I want it to look neat. Any hints for these?
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you can print your journaling on a regular piece of paper, and see how it turns out, then use loose tape to tape your cs on top of the printed part and run it through again. or you can save all your journaling for the end and print them all at once on 1 sheet of cs.
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