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Printing in CircusPonies Notebook

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  • Printing in CircusPonies Notebook

    Hi folks--I'm a very very new user to Notebook. I'm trying to figure out how to print on an 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper, two NoteBook pages per sheet so that I will end up with two 5.5" x 8.5" pages that I can then punch holes in, and use in my Franklin Covey planner.

    I'd be happy even if I could get the page to print one at a time, and then I could just use scissors to trim it to my planner size.

    Now, I know I can get iPlanner to print my iCal pages to my Covey binder size, but I don't know if there's a way to get from NoteBook to the Covey size. My printer specs have all kinds of paper sizes and orientation to choose from.

    Am I totally confusing you? Does anyone know what I mean? Can you help, please?

    Thank you!

  • #2
    Paper size

    I have found that you can have your local office supply store cut a ream of paper for you to the size you need. One ream should last years.

    Another option would be to purchase the size you want. The only place I have found is:

    Also check out:

    This is a great site full of options for different style planners.

    Hope this helps


    • #3
      The easiest thing to do for "classic"-size printing (8.5 x 5.5) is to use the Layout option under the Print menu item to change to 2 pages per sheet. Print single sided, fold each page over to make a double-sided sheet, and punch. This adds bulk, but is quick and easy.

      I don't know a simple way to get the right layout (1-3-4-2) for printing double-sided, and then splitting with a paper cutter.

      If you have classic size paper and a printer that will handle it, you can define a custom paper size under the print menu. This will print center top on a letter-size page, but should be fine on classic size paper.

      Note that you can save all your printer settings as a single entry, "Classic" or "FC", which can be used for printing in any application.