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Monday, 27 May 2013


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Printing--the proof of the pudding, I think. Too many of my images, pages, etc., are present only in the file structure of my computer. My biggest problem with printing is that our printers don't necessarily match what I see on my computer screen. The whole camera--computer--photo editor--printer continuum is confusing to me. I keep promising myself that I will devote sufficient time and attention to this to get it fixed, but I haven't yet made that happen.

The good news--I am able to print from my iPad to one of the printers we have. I think the problem with the one I prefer to use is that it's not on our network. Dropbox to the rescue on that score.


Print quality and resolution looks fantastic Alexa!

Jen Hart

Fab, thank you Alexa. Really clear instructions and beautifully laid out. Thank you so much for this class.


wow Alexa you are so clever putting all of this together and it is all so helpful! thank you xxx


You are very clever..


Thank you for doing this, Alexa. Your instructions are so clear and easy to follow :)


Oh wow! Thanks so much for doing this Alexa. I really must try doing it on my iPad. Saving this in my bookmarks.

Missus Wookie

Oh thank you for this dedication and inspiration Alexa! Much appreciated - I passed on the link to your blog to a couple of friends who are looking at what they can do on their ipads.

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