Have the copier do your three-hole punching for you


In a couple of quick steps you can be three-hole punching from the copier like a champ!  You can use this feature with Microsoft Office software like Word and with Google Docs.  Follow the steps below.  As of Friday, 9/9/2016, this feature is only working on the upstairs copier (TR-209).

If you need to add this copier, open up the file icon (fig 1.)  on your task bar and in the address bar (fig 2.) at the top, type \\kramer to see all of your available printers.  Double click on TR-209 to add it.




folder kramer2
fig 1. fig 2.

If you’re printing from a Microsoft Office Document, skip this first step.  Google Docs users, when you first go through the Cloud Print dialogue, you want to “Print using system dialog”




Next, select printer TR-209, and then click preferences.



On the Printing Preferences screen, click the “Finish” tab.  Click the box for punch, then select 3-hole.  Note that this is the same screen for stapling.


That’s it.  Continue with any other options you want and print.

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Change page dimensions of .PDF files

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Have you ever found or generated a .PDF file and wished it was a different size or dimension?  No?  You need to get out more!

http://convert.neevia.com/pdfresize/ is an easy-to-use site that accepts .PDF files and lets you change how they print out.

This site also helps you to merge / combine multiple PDFs into one file, compress PDF files so that they’re a smaller (disk space, not print size), or convert common files into PDFs or other image types.


  • Take an existing (portrait) document and scale it down and print it landscape, leaving room for students to annotate on one or both sides, depending on how you set it up.
  • Re size existing files for professional printing (tickets, playbills, book publishing, etc.)
  • Enlarge print by printing to larger paper
  • Drive Tom Rubino crazy by printing!

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