Kim Kommando came up with another help for woodworkers today (for those
who don't know Ms. Kommando, google her name).
Most of us use graph paper from time to time, but seldom often enough
to force us to keep different sizes of squares on hand.
Go for it. About any size you want, limited only by either your printer
size or your supply of transparent tape.
That is pretty cool.
Some thoughts on automated graph paper
Some time back, I found some graph paper freeware and I learn a little bit
about what works for me:
1. Never print in black & white (i.e. regular laser printer). Pencil does
not stick out against black lines. Print the grid in a pastel color.
2. I prefer a 2-color grid. It makes it easier to count off 30 squares. I
happen to like 1 pink line every inch and 5 blue lines every inch.
The posted link only allows different line weight, which is not bad, but
make sure you change the default color from black/gray.
Here's a program to do the same. Rather easier than d/l a template if
you need to change the grid...
dadiOH's dandies v3.06...
...a help file of info about MP3s, recording from
LP/cassette and tips & tricks on this and that.
Get it at http://mysite.verizon.net/xico
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