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      Registered: February 2006
      Location: Australia
      Posts: 699
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      I am sitting here planning my next few weeks work, and my prints and my own prints... and I have just ended up with pages of maths and squiggles etc trying to mentally (and mathematically) calculate my print sizes. If I print a canvas or a board... I have to order them within a A series paper range... and so ... math math math.. as I make inches (we work in cm here in oz) into cm and then into paper sizes... yes.. I am sure I am making this harder than it should be..LOL.

      So...I have just made this for my office. Info was from the web...(please let me know if it is not accurate!) and I will now be able to calculate this easily... I wondered if it would help anyone else... so I will share it.
      Date: Fri April 14, 2006 Views: 1,711
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      Keywords: Paper Sizes
      Layout Credits: Shabby Princess Border from the Shabby Borders range (isn't she just too clever).. about.com for the info
      Fonts Used: Earwig (the paper cut out looking font.. kinda cute? I havent used it before) and KING.. my new typewriter font (went looking for one.. got 11... you know how it goes!)

  1. Sat April 15, 2006 1:02pm
    1. dutchie
      Not Too Shabby

      Registered: February 2006
      Posts: 18

      It helps me Lanne, I'm always struggeling between inches and cm. Here it's always cm so this is very helpful for me! Thanks a lot!

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  1. Wed May 3, 2006 3:47am
    1. dean1031
      Not Too Shabby

      Registered: April 2006
      Location: Atlanta, GA
      Posts: 93

      Thanks for posting this, I always wondered about the conversions.

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