Post # 1
I’m mocking up some stds to show HIM, but I found a problem: Our printer does not have a “feed tray.” The stds I’m using are print them yourself ones and are only about half a sheet wide. I put one in the paper tray on top of the paper and it came through diagonally. Will I just have to use someone else’s printer, or is there a way around this? Thanks!
Post # 3
You can try using some repositionable adhesive (like a repositionable zot or two) to hold the paper in place on a larger 8.5 x 11 piece of paper and feed it through that way.
I’ve also just taken a piece of tape, rolled it up and ran it over a sweater (to get it less sticky) and used that on the back.
Post # 5
Now I have a piece of cardstock stuck in the printer, and it won’t come out by printing additional pages or using tweezers. Darn! I didn’t want him to see it until I had a good draft!