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Printing tips for our printables

 All our printable worksheets fit perfectly on an 8-1/2" x 11 piece of paper, meaning they should print perfectly on your regular printer. Make sure you are printing it from the actual print page, not from the page that has the written description on it. The printable page will just have the printable itself on it. So if you wanted the weekly menu planner, you would first go to this page, and then clicking on the printable there (or clicking on the "go to printable version" link underneath) will take you to the actual printer page for the printable.

If the image seems smaller on the page than it should be, you may need to adjust some settings.

Internet Explorer 7+
Instead of going straight to print, select the "Print Preview" option instead. This will allow you to look at how it will print before you actually print it.

Notice the drop down box above (with the red box around it) - it will probably have "select to fit" as the selected choice, so change it to "100%" instead.

Now, see the square box with the line around it (we have put a red box around it to highlight it here for you). That button toggles on and off the headers and footers on the page, if you prefer to have them removed when it prints.

Lastly, see the margin arrows (with a red box around it here to highlight it for you). That allows you to move the margins - you may decide to adjust the margins to fit your binder or notebook better.


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