Organizing Craft Ideas
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I never thought to try this. I'm guessing you are referring to an Inkjet printer but it will be worth the price of the 'school' paper to see if it works in my Laser printer as well. Thank you!
How do you get the lines to line up properly? I always end up with the text printing off-kilter.
DAH!!is right...Being the"Nana"I'm expected to have all the answers and if my GK's can't find it"Hey,call Nana,she has everything" lol.I still have lots of lined,hole punched paper still in the wrappers from being on"sale".Not only is this clever but the savings is tremendous...
I also figured out this trick a long time ago when I was out of printer paper, but I guess I did not notice that this is the cheaper way to go!
I tried it and it worked great, I copy a lot of recipes, and this was great, all I had to do was put them in my notebook. I have 4 grand kids that live with me, and those suckers are alreadys having paper laying around going to waste.
I think I'll start printing recipes that I save this way to keep in a 3-ring binder. It certainly will take less time than having to punch holes, is cheaper, and I always have it on hand. Thanks!
And what kind of Printer do you have? Mine is older with feeder tray and sensors that are very sensitive to paper.
Hope I can get it to use lined paper. It's been without ink for a VERY long time, but still miraculously prints two to three sheets whenever I need them, praise God. : )
I'm confused. What other kind of paper is there that you'd use in a printer? I've always used loose leaf paper I buy by the ream. I thought 3-hole punch paper is the kind already with holes and loose leaf from the ream has no holes.
Editor's Note: I believe she is using the ruled paper that you purchase for school use. You can also buy blank 3 hole punched paper by the ream but it would probably be more expensive.
Well, you little smarty pants! lol lol That is one of the best ideas I have heard in a long time. Thank you so much for sharing. Have a great summer.
Hay that is one great idea, I am going to give it a try, it already has the holes, dah, why didn't I think of that. Thanks again.
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