Re: How to print template fr iPad apps?

Barb Engvall

There is an app for printing! I have 4 printers and didn’t want to get another one but I found HandyPrint here:

It is ‘donation ware’ but you can get a free trial to test it out. I have it installed on my MacBookPro (which I run wirelessly) and it will see all of the printers on my home network that are connected to other computers in the house. I was pleasantly surprised that I could print this way to either my laser printer or my color printer downstairs. If you have more than 1 Mac you can load this on all of them if you want! 

Sure is cheaper than getting a new printer! 

(I have no affiliation with the computer except that of a happy customer!)

On Jan 24, 2015, at 4:46 PM, Pru Joy Bergemann prujoy@... [janome12000] <janome12000@...> wrote:

I have been unable to work out how to print a template of a design that I have opened in the iPad apps, either AcuEdit or AcuDesign.  I have tried to find instructions as to how to do this with no success.

So far, in order to print a template, I have had to edit the design in HorizonLink on my laptop which seems to mean that I cannot use the iPad apps ... There must be a way as that would be ridiculous, I just about always need a template for positioning.

Always ridiculous, Jim says:

There is no capability in AcuEdit to make a template. However you can do it in AcuDesign, but it's not obvious. First open the design in the editor. Next tape the box with the arrow coming out of it in the top right corner, left of the question mark. Choose JEF as the format. A pop up will appear with options to mail, print or export. Choose Print. This will print you a template with a small crosshair in the middle. Note that to print with the iPad you must have a wireless printer supporting Air Print.

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