Is there an online tool, or function in Word, to see what a design would look like when printed in black and white, or how it might turn out when photocopied? [more inside]
posted by troytroy
on Apr 19, 2014 -
I'm looking for printing software which will allow me to pinpoint with great precision the location of multiple images on the page (ie, margins, distances between images). I've tried using tables, but they're not completely reliable. I'm using Windows 7. Any suggestions?
posted by katestap
on Sep 16, 2011 -
Can anyone recommend some lightweight photo printing software for WinXP? At work we need something a bit more powerful then the built in windows print wizard, but not much more. Multiple photos per page with metadata (date,time, file name) is really about all we need.
posted by Captain_Science
on Aug 16, 2011 -
How can I implement Google Cloud Print right now
? Surely there's some piece of software, preferably open-source, I can run on my machine and have the ability to email documents to have printed?
posted by dmd
on Jul 3, 2010 -
Is there such a thing as version/revision control software for printed documents?
Software developers have version control for their source code, but what about people who write sales brochures? [more inside]
posted by Chunder
on Aug 22, 2008 -
I need to print a 3x4-foot poster onto multiple sheets of regular sized paper, so that I can assemble the pieces to recreate the full-sized poster on a poster-board. Is there any (preferably free) software that will do this for me? [more inside]
posted by nixxon
on May 9, 2008 -
I am trying to prototype my own board/card game. I need a way to design a card format onto 4" x 6" and 3" x 3" spaces. Something like the software CCG maker
but different sizes and not Magic specific. [more inside]
posted by DetonatedManiac
on Feb 17, 2008 -
Printing Letters for a Sign: I have been asked to print up letters on paper for a church sign. The letters need to be 3" tall and 1 1/2" wide with 1/2" between each letter. Can I do this in Word (and how?) or is there a program (free) that I can download to do this?
posted by garypratt
on Dec 17, 2004 -
Browser questions: (1) are there any browsers that have word-wrap options? I find that when I read certain pages, specifically Usenet via Google Groups, each line runs way past the edge of the screen, and I have to scroll to the right to read. (2) Are there any browsers that have word-wrap options for print? I'm tired of having to remember to set orientation to landscape so the right edge of text doesn't get cut off. [more inside]
posted by grumblebee
on Mar 24, 2004 -