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Using Print Shop 23- have two questions

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  1. bj nick

    bj nick Thread Starter

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    I have Print Shop 23 and I have 2 questions: 1) how can I set it up so that all the clip art is on the hard drive and I don't have to put in the CD each time, and 2) I made certificates and I'd like to print two (or more) to a page; how do I do that?

    I have Windows 7 pro, Samsung clp-315 laser printer
     
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    1) There is 2 DVD's with graphics, do you have the disk space for them?
    You might try and copy them to a folder on you hard drive.

    NOTE: The wife says that about 85% of them are online and you must be connected to get to them.

    2) Are these certificates 2 different ones or 2 that are the SAME?
     
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    Hi, thank for your response. I am talking about printing multiple copies of the same award.

    How do I access the online graphics?
     
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    I am talking about printing multiple copies of the same award.

    Define one using a full size sheet, but using on half of it. Then copy the the completed one to the other half.

    How do I access the online graphics?

    If they are online and you are connected, just click the icon and you will get it.
    You should see "Available online" in red under each thumbnail that is on line.
     

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