Quote from booncis
Wow, these cards look great!
Thanks for taking the time to create them!
You're welcome. I created them for my own pharm class several years ago and shared them with my classmates. One day I came across them and decided to float 'em onto the cloud and chose AN as a nod to Brian and trying to enhance the value of his site.
I may have missed something, but I'm a bit unclear as to how these are to print out.
When I printed them, I simply loaded my printer (an Epson of some sort but don't remember the model as it's been replaced a couple of times) with blank 3x5 index cards, printed all the odd pages, reloaded them the other side out, and then printed the even pages. I remember having to futz with portrait versus landscape in order to figure out how to get them printing correctly but it didn't require any special equipment or programs.
I am downloading to a Mac Word v. 12.3.2.
Sorry, I don't do Macs... I find them difficult to work with.
When I open the files, I get a msg about my version not being able to use your VBA macros. Will I miss anything by not utilizing the macros?
No, the VBA code are simple routines that I used to facilitate creation of the cards (e.g. changing line spacing, fonts, etc). They were used only for creation and editing, not for viewing or printing.
Are these suppose to print in a particular format?
They print to 3x5 cards. I think I did set my printer for 3x5 cards as well as how it's set in the Word file.
Perhaps the layout you used is not transferring to a Mac...
Could be, but I doubt it... Mac Word should import the Word 2003 file without difficulty. I'd guess the glitch lies with your printer settings. Like I said, I don't understand how Apple products work so I don't know how you get at the printer settings.
I will have my tech wise hubby take a look too.
There you go... that's what my wife always does :-)
I apologize if this issue has already been addressed - I did do a little searching around allnurses for info.
I don't think it has... not sure if anybody's had trouble printing 'em out or not.
good luck on the ebooks - hope you still get to do that project!!
I'll get there... I'm just pushed to the limit trying to get up to speed on the new job... I've got the software, I just need to spend some time learning how to use it.... it's a hobby but I've got a bunch of house projects waiting for me, too.
I may not get to it 'til long after you're a practicing RN :-)