Editting a page to be printed.

Discussion in 'PC Support Archive' started by ForrrestMaster, Feb 2, 2009 with 7 replies and 175 views.

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  1. ForrrestMaster

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    Ok, so I am currently enrolled in like 5 online courses. And a way to exempt most of the **** is to take the diagnostic at the beginning of every section and if you get a high enough grade you get to test out of it. Its called ApexVS. But, they dont keep records of it, so you have to print it out and show it to the teacher. How would I stop it from printing, edit the numbers, and make it print?

     
  2. JoeMal

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    You could print to a PDF (use doPDF), open the document in Photoshop, make your changes and print from there
     
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    You could also take a screenshot of your page, paste it into a photo editing program and do the work, print
     
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    I was going to try it, but the screenshot and the printed page are different :frown:
     
  6. SiK GambleR

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    scan the printed page and then put the image in photoshop. match fonts and re-print.
     
  7. Haxalot88

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    I remember a tool which acted as a virtual printer to capture it as a PDF which can then be later edited at will. I'll look into that if you haven't already solved your problem.
     
  8. S y N I K a L

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    Please share with us, that would be useful in the near future :smile:
     
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