Wednesday, July 8, 2015

How to Print Mini Posters

Hi Friends!

Today I am bringing you my first ever tech tip!! Someone asked me about making posters mini sized and I thought what a GREAT idea! I knew how easy it was for me to just print them out but, then I got to thinking about when I was new to all this TPT stuff. I had no idea you could even do that! I am not the most techy person at all soooo, I thought why not show the steps and blog about it :)



          That up there is seriously how I felt when I figured this out! No joke.

I loved this idea because I know some of us do not have tons of wall space in our classroom. I am still debating whether to have these posters hang on the wall or use a ring binder to keep them together.  Now I have a PC so I am not 100% sure how this would work on a Mac. I am sure with this pictures I have coming if you are on a Mac you hopefully can figure it out :)


First step click print:

                                  

                                   Next: Click the multiple button


If you want half sheet posters then you would change it to 2 pages per sheet



I wanted mini posters so I picked 4 pages per sheet


                  Don't forget to select which pages you want to print!!


Then voila! You have got your self some mini posters!!



These posters are from my new Phonic Posters! There are over 100 posters that cover all sounds from vowels, blends, digraphs and other sounds. Click on the cover to check them out.



Hope this will help someone out there! Have you started making anything for next year?

8 comments:

  1. Hi Carrie!
    This is perfect! Someone just recently asked me how to do this exact thing. I hope it's okay if I refer her to your post. You did a great job explaining the process and the visuals are very, very helpful! I think the steps are the same on a Mac. By they way, your posters are so cute and colorful!
    Antoinette :)
    Shoelaces and Sugar Cookies

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    1. Hi Antoinette,
      I am so glad I am able to help some people out :) Thanks for stopping by!
      Carrie

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  2. Nice post, Carrie! This is more or less the method that I create 4 per sheet task cards. I create full size slides in Keynote (many use Powerpoint) and then print them 4 to a sheet. Thanks for sharing!

    Shane
    Math is FunDamental

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  3. This is a fabulous tip. I am completely out of wall space, so this will come in very handy for me. Thank you so much for sharing.
    Alison
    Rockin' and Lovin' Learnin'

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  4. You are welcome!! Happy to help :)

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  5. I always forget about that option! Thank you for the reminder!

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