Digital booklets provide you with a chance to view the liner notes of an album when you purchase your music online though outlets such as iTunes, Napster and Zune. These files are typically in a PDF format and will be saved on your computer along with your downloaded music. To achieve the hands-on effect of actual liner notes, you can print off your saved digital booklets using a PDF reader.
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Things you need
- PDF Reader
Find the digital booklet saved on your computer and double-click on it. This will automatically open the file in the default PDF reader on your computer.
Click the “File” command on the Menu Bar. Click “Print” from the menu that appears. A menu will then display that contains a variety of printing options.
In the area that says “Printer,” click on the drop-down button and select the device you would like your digital booklet to print from.
Select the number of pages you would like to print. The default selection will print the entire booklet, but if you only want certain pages printed you can click the “Pages” button and enter the range you desire.
Orient the booklet horizontally on the page to save page space. If you are using Mac Preview as your PDF reader, locate the “Orientation” area and click on the picture of the sideways figure. If you are using Adobe Acrobat, click on the “Page Scaling” drop-down menu and select “Booklet Printing.” If you are using another PDF reader, such as Foxit Reader, and are having trouble orienting the booklet horizontally, consult the “Help” menu located on the Menu Bar.
Recheck your settings and click the “Print” or “OK” button to print your digital booklet.
Tips and warnings
- Print your digital booklets in black and white to save on ink costs.
- If you print your digital booklets with a vertical orientation, you could use as much as double the amount of paper you would have used with horizontal printing.
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