Thanks so much rescuer. I don't print out the colour charts, but I followed your instructions and found the explanation easy to follow for future reference to anything I'd like to keep as a PDF.
Thanks once again, love Chris
Thank you for adding pictures. I have been using my phone most of the day and it is not possible to add pictures in this case from my phone.
I use the snipping tool and save a jpg of everything. Takes up less space and is easily visible with sewiconz.
I also use the snipping tool for embroidery designs and instructions, but having the PDF option is very handy. If I want to one future day print or if I need to make sure no changes to a document will be made I use the Print to PDF feature.
The snipping tool is much quicker and easier. I like to be able to see it in Embird Iconizer instead of having to open a document file.
How do you use the snipping tool? Have heard if it but that is all. Hugs
Google-how to use the snipping tool. There are articles and youtube videos. That's easier than trying to explain it in a few words. :)
Hi Rescuer, I don't know how to do that - when I go to save it I don't get an option for a PDF. When you are awake, can you give details rescuer? Thanks, love Chris
me to please..
The instructions are a little different for the various Windows operating systems, but here is the short version for Windows 10: Go to print your document as you normally would, and select Microsoft Print To PDF as your printer.
If you do not have that option, go to this instruction page to add that printer option: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-...
This can be used for any print job.
You can use this link as well to enable the PDF option: https://pdf.wondershare.com/pdf-k...
For other Windows operating systems, if you do not have a PDF printer option normally, you can use one of these other options:
In many situations, you can print to PDF without installing a PDF printer at all.
Google Chrome: Click the menu and and click Print. Click the Change button under Destination and select Save as PDF.
Microsoft Office: Open the menu, select Export, and select Create PDF/XPS Document.